So there is a new kid in town: Nektarine. It comes with the Panorama T series (and will be available for the P series somewhere in the future as well). It is not as fancy as the Komplete Kontrol software with all its nice pictures en leds above keys. But I couldn't resist to buy one, because it has some features that KK is really missing currently. And the one feature that stands out for me, is: Control page browsing and short-cut keys Komplete Kontrol is fine for browsing sounds. But it is not very useful for editing sounds. Why? Because scrolling through let's say 16 pages with up and down arrows isn't very inspiring. With Nektarine you can browse through the pages using a dial, while seeing the page names, which is already much faster. But 8 dedicated short-cut buttons work really well: press Env and you are on the envelope pages, press osc1 and your on the oscillator pages, and so on. Suddenly editing a soft-synth becomes much more natural and a really nice experience. I wouldn't say Nektarine is as mature as Komplete Kontrol, ....yet. For instance, I have some issues with controlling some type of knobs from Reaktor instruments within Nektarine. Also some plug-ins can be controlled just fine, but the presets cannot be saved to the database of Nektarine. But I do like the concept much better than the current Komplete Kontrol, because Komplete Kontrol is really lacking in, well, the kontrol of plug-ins. Currently I combine the two: Komplete Kontrol for its maturity, and Nektarine for real control. PS: Nektarine is not dividing the patch database into factory and users patches. What a relief. That is a second winner. I have never understood why one would like to have to search two different databases. I didn't like it in Kore and still do not like it in Komplete Kontrol. I am always copying all factory sounds to the user library, so I can find at least all my sounds at one place instead of having to search two databases.