MIDI remote controllability is a two-edged sword. It’s great to have it for automation (and it usually also means preset capability), but at the same time it imposes a control resolution to the parameters.
In this case I am glad the boog D is without it. I am already getting quite annoyed by the low res parameters of my SE-02, especially the pitch fine tune ranges are bordering on unusability. Having too coarse osc tunings on a 3 osc monosynth takes away alot of the appeal IMO.