I don't even own a DAW, I'm just a troll.
Interesting, i disagree. The only downsides are the dryness and sometimes tone but CH handles both of those better. In fact by virtue of relying more fully on actual samples rather than modeling often the tone is already better with CH. I do think there's a slight sacrifice of fluidity but the trade off is there's some built in expression if i want it.
I mean this less to imply that you're wrong and more to explain my own experience, understanding that disagreement on matters of taste is totally normal!
The Hein instruments can take some EQ and reverb to sound great, and it can take some patience to apply such. Anyone whom gets really interested in preparing their music either for yourself and/or others stands a ton to gain by gaining even minor engineering chops.