A survey of digital EEG (DEEG) in clinical practice was recently completed by electroencephalographers in North America. Most had used DEEG for 3 or more years. They clearly preferred digital to analog EEG. The cost of operating DEEG was lower, and DEEG laboratories were more efficient. Reformatting was considered the best single feature of DEEG. However, problems continued to be encountered with equipment, service, and networking.