Amazing to hear, and thanks for the feedback. Now I just have to start thinking about how I'd afford this :DI am quite comfortable saying that Afflatus has become my main string library - by that, I mean the string library I use the most, not exclusively. I still reach for plenty of other string libraries for specific things that other libraries are specialized and accomplish well (won't name them here as this is an Afflatus thread). But it just so happens that Afflatus does a lot of things better than other libraries, and the workflow is just stellar. I can get things done faster and sounding better in most cases. Although some may think that because this is a boutique library it is only able to do certain things, I really do not see it like that, because I have difficulty trying to think of a musical genre where this library would not work well. Afflatus covers A LOT of ground, and it does it pretty darn well. And it is inspiring to work with. Oh, and it has amazing unparalleled Polyphonic legato even on full patches. That feature is just so incredibly useful, and it really radically changed my workflow, not just speed wise, but inspiration-wise and writing-wise. When you have a feature like this it leads to better and more intuitive writing, for me at least.