Well, my love for Microsoft seems to be flowing lately, as I just bought a gaming desktop on Amazon. It’s a really nice looking system at a really nice price. There are a few side effects to this purchase, including coming with Windows 10, which means I’ll be able to go back to Lightwave for CGI. My main reason for the stall in my CGI is that I still don’t like working in Blender all that well. It has ways of doing things that I just don’t like, we’ll leave it at that. (no, it’s not the GUI, Lightwave’s is no less convoluted) Other software I use is all cross platform, so it will work in Windows as well as Linux. Anyway, I’m looking forward to this. It’s going to be fun, especially the getting back into Lightwave part. Fortunately, I still have my hardware lock for Lightwave 10, though I may eventually upgrade to the newest version. I can also download the software from Newtek, which is good because the computer doesn’t have an optical drive, as they’re not used much anymore. Though, I can easily get a cheap external one if I need one for anything.