I don't use Pro Tools. While I was studying at SAE I had pleasure of enjoying its instability and its inability to bounce tracks offline. The DAW that was always considered an industry standard somehow didn't seem as modern as Nuendo or Logic Pro.
Having said that, Avid announcing Pro Tools 11 got me all excited. It is good to know that Pro Tools is not dead and Avid is trying to bring Pro Tools up to the same standard as the other DAWs. Brand new 64-bit audio engine and an offline bounce feature is a good start. It still has to be seen if it will live up to the hype.