Maybe. But if you were giving that advice to, say, myself it would be really, really terrible advice. I say this with all respect to what it is you love about CH in general, and with appreciation of how your posts have helped my understanding of where the sweet spots of CH lie in comparison to Spitfire, and others.Leave the SA Solo Strings and buy the Hein. You won't regret it imo.
I do hope to pick up some Chris Hein solo strings some day, but what they do is completely different from what, for instance, Spitfire Solo Strings do. And what Spitfire Solo Strings do well, they do peerless, absolutely best in class. Of course they don’t do what CH solo strings do, as they are also best in class, measured by what they do best.
I guess my current hobby horse with solo string libraries, is that when we’re talking about the current set of state of the art solo string libraries, even to say “this lib is better than that lib” is to suppress an implicit “for the the style(s) I write in.” This is probably always true, with anything. It’s just that it’s especially acute solo string vis.
Anyway, there’s lots of really good stuff written on solo strings on these pages, so maybe I’ll just post this picture again. (Feel free to add CH as it absolutely deserves a spot on the Venn diagram of best in class solo string libs.)