Avid Artist Control by vicrep
I purchased my Avid Artist Control as an upgrade from the Mackie MCU Pro, and let me tell you, what an upgrade!
This is most probably the most amazing Logic controller you can buy for a small-studio/home use (bigger studio would use it's big brother, the System-5 MC).
Setting up was not a breeze, due to very long startup process, and the Eucon software reporting network error (the Artist Control uses Ethernet through Eucon, which is the equivalent of MIDI on steroids - it has 8 times the resolution of MIDI). However, this was quickly fixed with a quick look at the FAQs and the manual.
When you first start the controller and Logic, everything gets mapped automatically, without ANY prior configuration on Logic's side, which is amazing.
The sheer amount of features which come in the form of soft and hard buttons on the touchscreen and under is HUGE, and can even be pretty intimidating at first, even though you will quickly get used to it, and start programming your own functions into the touchscreen (which is a breeze using the Eucon software).
The build quality is great, with previous problems such as noise and fader caps flying off having been fixed with a recent firmware upgrade. My only complaint on the built is the fact that if you look up directly at the touchcreen, it flickers. However this can't be seen from a natural viewing position, so it isn't a big issue.
Overall, this is an amazing Logic controller(I unfortunately haven't been able to test the integration with ProTools 10, even though it's supposed to be as good), and while the price is very steep, you are paying for quality, in terms of design, hardware, and versatility. I don't and will never regret moving from the MCU Pro, as the sheer (actually unlimited) amount of features this device offers is amazing. Highly recommended.