waaaaaaaay more than that, Lukas. We can already assign multiple actions to one button. What I want to do is have multiple modifers as well as modifier states which could be used like ‘pages’ for simple MIDI controllers. For example, If I have a controller with four cue buttons and a SHIFT button, Shift + Cue 1 could trigger Modifier 1, state 1, which might be Cue mode, so all of the Cue buttons, on the condition that Modifier 1 is in State 1, become cue points. Shift + Cue 2 could trigger Modifier 1, state 2, which might be Loop mode, so then all of the Cue points turn into Loop functions on the condition that Modifier 1 is in State 2. Traktor Pro has had 8 Modifers each with 8 states, as well as a ton of different modifier conditions for about a hundered years now, and no other company has decided to try and steal this from them yet. Those of us that make use of these really powerful conditions and rules have been able to do some crazy shit with MIDI controllers and can turn any MIDI device into a hundred more things than the manufacutrers had intended for it. If Traktor comes out with Tidal and Soundcloud integration, I’m going back.