Hi, thanks for reply!
Basically what I do is development of custom systems involving microcontrollers, various low resistance/impedance components, analog (Hall) sensors etc. So I need two things:
1) monitor various digital I/O related to controller
2) monitor (sometimes very small) differences and fluctuations over components and sensors
So far I have used regular 2205 and did hit resolution limitation several times with various tasks.
Theoretically I can cover my needs using 12bit scope for "sensitive stuff" on one PC and 8bit MSO on other PC (AFAIK cannot connect two to one PC), also include diff probes. But this will get rather expensive and using two separate PCs is cumbersome, plus I have somehow display common "sync" to get proper picture.
In any case... messing around with environment-aware microcontrollers is increasingly popular so actually most of your range would not hurt from getting MSO variations thrown in