I am enjoying the Digitakt very much.
The sound is pleasing. I am pleased that they decided to put in few, but very usable effects. I think maybe mono sample + decent stereo reverb/delay creates a more 3D sound than stereo sample + effects. I've found short delay to work very nicely as a 'spatializer', it can really make things jump out of the mix.
The number of elements you can control is relatively few, but you have very good control over them. The amp envelope, for example. Very precise and musical control is possible. Likewise tuning.
So yes, I am very 'down' with the overall philosophy of the Digitakt. I think I use all of its features. There are others I would like added, but the essentials are all accessible and well-executed.
My only fear is that they will not be able to fix whatever bugs are making it crash unpredictably (and not, for me, just when MIDI is in action). I have my fingers crossed that a bit of code monkeying will make everything good again, and there isn't some fatal flaw at the heart of it all (underpowered processor?).
Don't make me go back to the Electribe, Elektron. You can't give me a taste of the good life and then take it away.