I would be happy to help you. I hear you on this. There are tweaks to the way the cues library saves files which will hopefully be implemented in the next update which should show drastic improvements. I can't verify this in detail, but in theory, it will begin saving the cues as individual files in a folder, making up the cues library, as opposed to trying to write the files into and pull them out of one single database file for the cues library. This should make it faster and more reliable. From what I know, it also does have a way to get the existing cues into that kind of arrangement as well. I don't know exactly when it will be released, but we are hoping for it ASAP. You could test then and let us know what kind of performance you see. Thank you for your patience and understanding.