FWIW, I can actually play devil’s advocate a little here. I recently sold my 0-coast, which represented the last bit of Eurorack / modular gear I had. Initially, I liked the 0-coast quite a bit. It was more fun to use than my ill-fated eurorack system, and offered a lot of wild routing options that led to some crazy sounds. However, it really needs some external sequencing, or keyboard (like Keystep) to take full advantage. Some effects also go a long way, but that can be said about many synths. I hooked it up to my digitakt a few times, but ultimately found the midi setup a little tedious and frustrating. I’d have to use the manual, and try the button combos and then hope I got the sequence correct. After a while, I found the sounds I was getting out very “samey”, but again, you get out what you put in. I don’t think I was a very creative patcher. I ended up having more fun playing with the Digitakt itself. Then, I got a Digitone and basically have only been playing with that for the past 6 months. Hitting the new year, I’m on a minimizing kick, and have sold several bits of gear that weren’t getting much use. That’s part of a bigger plan, though, and not necessarily related to why I sold 0-Coast. It was a tough decision, as there is a ton of potential in 0-Coast. Basically, be prepared to pile some supporting gear on with 0-Coast, to unlock that potential.