Thanks for the suggestion! I saw that too in the walkthru video, but just thought setting vibrato using a column of dimension takes up quite a bit of screen-estate. If it's always no-vib, vib, and lyrical vib, VSL could have a simple knob (like Synchron Piano) or a slider (like Spitfire SCS). Using a dimension would make lots of sense if VSL is planning to release more vibrato types (but I can't think of any at this moment...).You can just set up a dimension that consists of the vibrato patch and the noVib crossfade ressource patch, turn ot the parallel mode and assign the crossfade to a CC. That way it behaves like a standard patch where the vibrato is controlled by CC. I've set all up all the patches that way.