Better add something that would have warrant another thread, then, in case it helps:
There is at least another voice-related problem: when saying, "Correct xxxx" (Dragon selects the word xxxx and opens a window to correct), a strange thing happens: you hear your *own* voice saying the word or the string in question in the PC's speakers (I remember the shiver down the spine the first time it happened since the sound was at the maximum :) ).
A behavior that somehow reminds those error messages that programs trigger sort of randomly sometimes in many softwares of any kind. So a root problem may have to be solved anyway.
And, while we're at it, the correction function will have to be improved compared to competitor. Sometimes there are delays, sometimes it doesn't work properly, etc.
Actually, it's a sensible technology and hiccups may happen in competitors, but more often in Studio.
We have to feel confident that the daily (and monthly, and yearly...) Dragon memory's improvement will be efficient, this is the main reason why we buy it. (Re what someone said earlier about long chemical (?) terms in an earlier version of Dragon: this should be it's best use, not the function we don't use. I imagine German...
But I'm no engineer :)