STUDIO ONE PROFESSIONAL has been touted to be the "Best" of Logic Pro, Cubase, and Pro Tools. All three of these competitor DAWs have integrated music notation editors. In the case of Pro Tools, when Avid bought Sebelius, one year later they integrated the "notation engine" from Sibelius into Pro Tools version 8. They still kept Sibelius as a separate more comprehensive notation product which you can buy to this day. It seems to me, the same approach can be applied to Studio One Professional. Integrate the "notation engine" from Notion 6 into the DAW as a "score editor" and still keep Notion as a separate more comprehensive product for those composers who use notation software to compose in. It just makes sense. The beauty of the 'one page' approach used in Studio One would be greatly enhanced with a score editor and more composers would move to Studio One.