currently the sweet spot for me is making the pyramid my master clock and transport, while still using my OT for quick p-locking and generating sequences with the LFO designer modulation tricks I love it for. I'm using MIDI OUT B to control my OT's pattern changes (finally, instant direct pattern changes! unfortunately, not "legato", though, as this is a limitation of elektron design) and translating CV signals into CCs to control the OT's audio side, and I'm sending midi from the OT into the pyramid for processing and recording which then terminates at MIDI OUT A. the configuration options are comprehensive enough that this is working stably without any feedback issues or lock-ups.
the possibilities in this configuration for both control of the OT and processing of the OT's MIDI data are mind-bending. and don't forget that it has a CC translator midi effect that basically works like bomebox, so with this combo you can make the OT's crossfader also perform MIDI or CV control roles while it does its thing on audio tracks.
I'd take these two together over a Cirklon any day, and definitely over any $500 eurorack sequencer. with four CV inputs that can be recorded into patterns, mapped to control any CC on the OT or any other midi device, or mapped to control midi fx on the pyramid, and with at least 2 lanes of intertrack modulation possible within the pyramid alone, there is more than enough power for the kinds of aleatoric hijinks that have made those other options intriguing to me.
and now that the pyramid finally has a really nice implementation of patterns and important little workflow things like step muting, I feel more comfortable with letting it take over a lot of primary sequencing duties, whereas before I just leaned on it for chord progressions, multi-bar CC automations, and midi fx.
it's come a long way and now feels like the magic device I knew it would eventually become because the incredibly considerate Squarp team has been so responsive to its user community's needs and vision for the product
fwiw, you can see from my other posts on the topic that in the past I've been more critical of this sequencer, so there should be no doubt that this praise is organic and earned