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I've heard of other issues with DL from AE, but not this one... the problem I'm used to seeing is that you've got the wrong footage, and that's usually fixed by unlinking and relinking, which you've done. I rarely use AE myself, and when I do, I've generally found that I get better results by NOT using DL... but I know it should work, so perhaps someone else will have some answers for you. As long as you have the AE project still, you can always just render out your comps as lossless AVIs with UT or Lagarith and then import those to PrPro and replace the DL clips...
Thank you David, That is what I was afraid of and thats what I have had to do. I keep wanting to switch to premiere from final cut but it's things like this that keep me from fully switching over. We shall see what CS6 does for us. Thank you for taking the time to help!
In CS6 DL link is stabile and robust. I experience none of the issues I did in CS 5.5. They nailed it.