As a Cubase user I am a bit worried that Massive X possibly won't have pitchbend as a directly automatible parameter, that you can automate using bezier curves inside Cubase automation lanes. Otherwise, you have to use the clunky Cubase midi lane to automate pitchbend, which does not yet use bezier curves. This might be okay if you're Jean Michel Jarre, but not if you're producing today's bass music. There is apparently a workaround for this, but it's hardly ideal. I'm surprised that more instruments don't have this as a feature - Serum does - which is literally the only reason I haven't moved to Ableton yet. Pitchbend seems like the one parameter that you'd want to be able to automate really accurately and very often, but something like the new Pigments synth from Arturia, has a million automatible parameters inside Cubase, of which pitchbend isn't one! I emailed them about this and they said I have to use pitchbend inside the useless Cubase midi lane, which to me seems like a massive oversight in this day and age? Then I would also like to see odd time signatures added to the performer section. It seems from the available screen shots that 5/4 is available, but no 7/8? People over at NI need to start listening to more djent At the very least we need 3/4, 5/4, 6/8, and 7/8. Lastly, if this thing doesn't have a dedicated sub OSC that can go directly out, but still share all of the volume automation of the main oscillators, then I won't be jumping ship from Serum anytime soon. I suspect that will be really important to a lot of users. One of the most important things in bass music production right now is to be able to split up your mid basses and sub bass, but still have them be perfectly in sync. Serum is great for this. One of the big reasons Serum is so popular, is because nobody else is catering so strongly to this side of the scene - bass house, D&B, trap, riddim, future bass, etc.