My realtime workflow is in love with the Monologue sequencer.
The ability to mute/activate motion sequence steps independent of note steps is marvelous.
I've been heavily modulating decay, wave shape, and resonance with the motion sequencer.
Tweaking these parameters in realtime while activating/de-activating the steps that have that motion sequencing can take a single 16 step pattern/patch to so many places.
The switches for LFO and ENV type are fun for quick variations. As is assigning the mod stick to atypical parameters. I love how you can assign just one OSC's pitch to it. Great for a quick realtime sub-OSC creation.
I keep a blank sequence/patch in the next slot to the one I am tweaking so that I can just quickly go to it and back to my main sequence/patch as a pseudo-"reload saved program" function.
What an axe!
It is everything I wish my old BS2 were. Somehow the Monologue sequencer implementation and overall synth design makes up for it having less filter options, 1 less envelope, 1 less LFO, and no sub OSC or ARP, when compared to BS2.