I sold my Maschine MK3 some time ago. Despite the obvious advantages, this device had defects (at least for me) - Maschine is way too big, it does not fit on the desk in front of the laptop. It has displays that I do not use, because I have a computer monitor for this. That's why Mikro MK3 would be a perfect solution for me if the company did not spoil it - actually hurting itself. First of all, Maschine Mikro MK3 midi settings can not be edited in the Controler Editor. Failure is complemented by the fact that as an owner of Komplete 12 Ultimate Collector Edition with 50 extensions, I do not have access to the full Maschine 2 application library. For this I have to pay extra 99 Euro. Some marketing "genius" in NI stated that Mikro is to be an entry-level device, encouraging to buy "full-grown" Maschine and therefore it must have some limitations. Unfortunately, someone did not predict that there are power users who value compact sizes, but need the full power of the device. You will not persuade me in this way to buy a "full-grown" Maschine, because I already had and sold it - for the above-mentioned reasons. That's why, people from Native Instruments, I'm asking you, please think about it. Show that you treat power users seriously. Maschine Mikro MK3 should be editable in the Controller Editor, and the K12U package, and certainly K12UCE should contain the full version of Maschine2. This will not change anything for entry-level users, while for power users - it will change everything.