Tascam DA3000: Analog to Digital Recording

Is the Tascam DA3000 an audiophile product for recording analog to digital format? How do you move the file to a PC for editing/song breaks/labeling songs (what kind of software)?
Crna39, could you comment on the quality of playback from SD or CF cards on Tascam(no outboard DAC) in comparison to your other sources.

Any news regarding experiences with the DA3000? Maybe comparisons to the other Tascam solid state recorder such as HS 2, HS 2000, HS 20?
I purchased the Tascam DA3000. It is very easy to record from vinyl. The sound reproduction is indistinguishable from my analog deck. I am very pleased.
Very interesting comments. I bought one about 6 months ago and have been using it to archive vinyl LPs. I am impressed with the sound and it is difficult to tell the recorded sound from the original when using DSD 2.8 or 5.6 formats. I am now considering some live recording so was interested in the comments on the KM183s. A recorder and mic of this quality deserves a really nice, quiet, low distortion mic-preamp. Any suggestions for a 2 or 4 channel set-up?
Gstanley75, to give you a complicated answer to a simple question, you will need to figure out whether you want a clean preamp or one with "character". Furthermore, do you want just a mic preamp, or a channel strip? You can buy either pre-configured channel strips or roll your on using "500 Series" components. It can get pricey so plan on spending at least $1,500 for two channels.