I'm sorry if I insist on the huge size of Synchron Strings. But while I agree to make an orchestral library means to do compromises and choices, I really think that with that amount of data VSL could offer more! Spitfire could achieve a huge vibrato but also a more gentle vibrato, with really nice results (it's a fact everybody likes Spitfire sound signature). And the library is 100 gbs. I'm sure they decided to stay around that size and they had to chose what to include and what to skip. I'm sure that with 400 gbs they would have offered even more solution for vibrato and legato. VSL really didn't care about the size. So I can't justify the lackness of a strong vibrato, that probably works better than what we have now most of the time. It's absolutely a must, both for film scoring that for "classical".