Lately I have been having a love/hate battle with the RYTM. In some ways I love it – it sounds amazing, the obvious capabilities of the sequencer, and the depths you can take sound creation into. In other ways I hate it because I am often distracted by the depth of it - it can inspire endless tweaking that impedes the overall progress of making music (though perhaps that's just my own issue with perfectionism). I recently bought a 'dumb' drum machine and am finding it to be very helpful in overcoming endless tweaking syndrome - all you can do is make a beat, make some variations, and move on. Sure, it's not as 'capable' a drum 'synth', but it doesn't present itself as an eddy of creativity.
The DT seems to offer a lot of what I like about the AR, but at the cost of the analog synthesis. I'm wondering more and more if that's a bad thing, perhaps even it's a benefit.