I just acquired this Fostex MR-8HD/CD in a trade. It's in like new condition, with the original box. It's an 8 track digital multi-track recorder, with a built-in CD recorder and USB output. It's not something that I was particularly looking for, but it seemed like something that I could flip for a profit. I've had it for about 3 hours now, and I've played with it long enough to see that it's in excellent condition, and is really easy to figure out. Without reading any part of the manual, I was able to plug in my guitar and record and play back a track, with effects added on. It seems like a pretty decent piece of recording gear. The reason I originally had no intention on keeping it is because I've been using my tried-and-true Tascam US-1800, plugged into my Apple iMac, using either GarageBand or Reaper for all of my recordings. For what I do, I have no complaints with my current set-up. I bought the Tascam US-1800 about 5 or 6 years ago, brand new, because at that time, I was a drummer. It has 8 XLR inputs, along with 8 more 1/4" inputs. I needed multiple inputs to accept multiple drum mics. I still play drums, but I've switched from acoustic drums to electronic drums, which only require one (or two, if running stereo) inputs. My question is this: Does anyone use this type of 8 tack recorder any more? Is it worth trying to flip? Am I going to get anything for it? Or would I be better off keeping the Fostex, and selling my Tascam US-1800? Anyone familiar with one, or both units? Throw your opinions upon me. Pros and cons, etc. Help me decide on which unit to sell.