Keep in mind that all these Behringer clones really are just circuit-level analogue replicas. You don’t get any kind of patch storage or MIDI CC parameter control.
For example, I personally don’t see the point of getting an SH-101 replica from Behringer when I can get a SH-01A from Roland that sounds just as much like the real thing, but that also offers a 4 voice poly mode and patch storage and full CC control over all parameters and audio over USB for about the same amount of money.
The same thing with the Pro-One replica; for a little bit more you can get an AS-1 which is essentially a modern day version of the same thing that does include patch storage and MIDI CC parameter control and a bunch of other nice stuff such as some excellent effects. And it even has a “true analogue” signal path if that’s your thing.
What I think it kinda lame about these replicas is that Behringer has made no attempt whatsoever to bring anything under voltage control, add patch memories, or make at least some parameters controllable over MIDI.
If Korg can do an original analogue monosynth with full patch memories and full MIDI CC control for less than Behringer wants for its Model D clone, than I don’t feel that Behringer has made that much of an effort here. Sure, the SE-02 is a bit more expensive, but IMHO much more complete and a much more interesting starting point for a Moogish sound.
I could go on. I’m sure these replicas are great for a lot of people, but the lack of innovation in terms of control means that it’s not something I’m terribly interested in.