Here is a press release: "The latest software update lets users work with Pro Tools in any audio interface supported by Core Audio and ASIO drivers (in the past, Pro Tools required an Avid-branded device). The upgrade also makes it easier for users to collaborate with others, as it includes OMF/AAF/MXF interchange and MP3 export, a built-in Time Code Ruler, an updated 7.1 surround panner and new variable stereo pan depths." Hmm... all good stuff, but Avid are still playing feature catchup. Logic has had these features for ages. If Pro Tools was a car, their 2010 model would be advertised as "now with automatic transmission!".