What tools in particular stand out for you?
The reason I prefer to work in Nuendo on films is because essentially I do like to think of the mix as a sculpture, and all my team will have the entire mix in the box for whatever bit they're working on. This allows me to grow a mix from beginning to end and not think to myself, okay, there's going to be a point in time later when we all meet at the mix stage and mix it fully. Some people don't like the mix in the box philosophy, but if you embrace what's good about it, then you're going to end up with a much better end result. Nuendo really works as an all-encompassing playground in which you have absolutely everything you need.
What I'm saying is everything you need to do a film is in Nuendo so for me it's fantastic because I work all around the world and I may be in different places, I'll probably have three different films on my laptop at any one time, and it's just amazing to be able to pop that open, put some headphones on and start addressing mix issues or sound design issues or whatever as I go, and then take that into a mix stage in Hollywood, pop it open and play the Atmos version of it. And that kind of blows people's mind a little bit when you say here's the mix, I'm playing it all off the same machine on one piece of software.