@ paulie > I am using the latest version with the beautifull new red pins (lol) to help noobs counting beats....
btw I dont use the software to spin but only to analize the tracks and send them to a external SSD and HD (the second one stands as a back up source)
@ Ryan > If we all act like you who would be the ones to tell if things are going right or wrong? Being selfish is not the point here... We are all trying to expose the problems to Pioneer crew. They should be decent enough to at least allow us to rollback the firmware to a previous working one. I am sure that MUST NOT be a problem at all for the engeneers. If they dont want a open downgrade version just make it somehow it can be only downgraded from 4.2 version. Noise would stop and everybody would wait patiently to a new working firmware and more.... nobody would be affraid of trying the new version like you are. And hey... I dont blame you! Pioneer is pushing customers to having that behaviour and soon nobody will want to try a new firmware untill lots of other customers say: ok its fine!
It's really a not professional standing to put pro end customers in such position and not able to take one step back until they fix THEIR OWN mistake.