Now after Pil's review of the Reloop TM4 I tend to agree that it makes absolutely no sense whatsoever to market the TM4 as a Serato Controller. Having tested the controller myself, it works even better with Traktor than with Serato. Now the same goes actually for the N4, which has also a big Serato logo on the box and of course the VCI 400. It is kind of sad however if Serato is simply behind with a software release, to not at least comment on the topic or tell buyers what they are getting into. Adding to that confusion is the VCI 380, that costs nearly as much as the VCI 400, but has 2 channels and is for Itch. Which leads to a conclusion that possibly Serato is not going to bring something for those controllers above and it is simply a marketing gag, that is not working very well. Now we know that the Software is called DJ Intro, but most of the mentioned controllers are to hefty priced (especially the VCI 400) to be only working with entry level software. The current marketing state is however: Buy that controller that comes with Intro, you use Intro because you get into DJing nicely and then you will migrate to Traktor or VDJ Pro, as there is no path for you to upgrade within the Serato line. If you have already spend the money on Traktor Pro and Serato does release an upgrade path Software to late, I doubt many will switch back. So it would totally make sense if Serato would tell us what they have in store (or not), as so some might simply buy the controller and make due with Intro until the new software is release without crossgrading. But Serato is not telling us anything... The whole situation is very frusttrating and I can see marketing departments running against walls, as what is going on right now is neither good for the controller guys like reloop or numark and is even worse for Serato, as they definately will lose market when Traktor 2.5 hits and they have not even announced anything beside the VCI-380. Now I know we wont get an answer here, but I would love to hear my fellow DJs opinion on the matter and what you would expect from a software if Serato releases it: Should it be like Itch, or should it be Itch or should it be something else?