Thank you Mick. Of course any drumming app is appreciated but to me that's like a drum machine or a step write sequencer - it's not really a virtual drummer.
The thing about the Garageband drummer is that you don't have to do anything - other than set your bars and play around with the fill slider. You pick your style, drummer, et voila. Jamstix is like this but the results from Garageband are just so superb. Trouble is, Mixcraft is better than Garageband if you ask me
You need a drummer that will sound different when playing through the track with variations............not a robot.
To me, this is what making music is about ......personally when I am composing tracks I don't feel like getting my mouse and drawing squares in boxes......I would rather the computer deal with all of that so I can just put some keys and bass down!
but thank you for trying to make a useful suggestion.
Over the years I've always found drums the achillies heal in making music on the computer. When that Garageband virtual drummer came on the scene my tracks went up a few notches to say the least and it cut down the time taken to actually get a song together and done.
Before everyone says why don't you use Garageband then.......well because I am on a pc !