Hopefully I'm in the right forum category - it seems to fit in the Spectrasonics Stylus RMX family and I guess a "sample library" of sorts. Just trying out the demo, curious what others thought. Seems to have a lot of potential for sound design and pulse design. You can pretty quickly turn a straight acoustic sample into something very cool / unique. Sample catalog seems to be absolutely enormous - like maybe too big to really ever get a sense of what's available. Browser tags are not nearly specific enough to narrow results down efficiently. The UI seems to be WAY too small - especially for browsing, and keeping track of what is loaded. UI should have an option to be twice as big, especially for people on large high-rez monitors. Also suffers from the usual Omnisphere design style where every feature is on a different page, so you have to constantly be clicking around to go from modulation, to effects, to library. I wish designers would realize a lot of people are high rez monitors, and would prefer multiple programming / fx features on the same page. This is why I like U-He design so much - efficiency speed, and you can see so many parameters in one view: filters, fx, modulation, envelope, etc. I don't need reverb or delay parameters to be a dedicated page that takes up 75% of the UI. Although library selection is large, there does seem to be some great content. And definitely like that it allows custom imports. With some improvements this could quite easily replace Stylus RMX for me...which is ancient, although has its uses. As far as I can tell it doesn't allow midi drag and drop like Stylus - still working through manual, but if that feature is missing that's a big miss. Also, FX section seems a little weak; filters aren't great, reverb / delays are a bit meh. Definitely a big point to Stylus RMX, which has a much more extensive FX pallet. 100 day demo is cool, but do not like the subscription model after demo period. I'm guessing they went with this since the libraries have to be auditioned / downloaded. And with such a big catalog, and because they keep adding to it, they want steady user revenue to keep building that library. I get subscriptions when it's multiple products (eg. Composer Cloud), but not for a single instrument with a pretty narrow purpose. That will probably be a deal breaker for me once demo ends - it will really depend on how aggressive they are with improving overall interface, adding sounds to the library, and whether the quality is sustained. Anyway - anyone else trying it out? Again, I think it has potential - just some pretty critical issues I feel need to be addressed.