I wish that on the 08 and 09 Roland had added a delay and reverb, it would have at least in some part negated the need for separate outputs for me, I use my Boutiques via USB into the MX-1 so panning is not an option. Having said this though any sound which I might want to effect separately from the others I will just sample it into the DT or OT and do it there.
I have been really enjoying the Roland Aira FX/Boutiques/MX-1 systems I have set up, of course they do not have the depth and flexibility (or pricetag!) of my Elektron setup, but they make up for it in their immediacy and fun factor always being in the sweet spot, actually same goes for my TT-303/606/78 and OTO Bam and Bim, hands on tweakers which are just so much fun to get something happening quick.
Its funny because in a way I have returned to my roots, in 1988/9 when I started out I had a 606, 303, 202, 101, Yamaha toy sampler a few fx pedals and a 4 track, later I added a Pro One and a few other pre-midi bits, then one day I took the whole lot to a music shop and traded in for some midi gear, but I never quite managed to recapture the immediacy and fun of that first setup, until now, I'm loving it.