The AD one? Yep. Per the thread on Muffs, Chris was very consistently telling people that it's purely a prototype, and that he'd be looking for user input from MiM as well as the forum as he continues to develop it.
That being said, if we're comparing the AD vs the 301, I'm personally going to side with the AD all day. For my workflow, and what I want out of eurorack, a module with that many menus - and indeed a complete system for routing signals and FX chains inside of the software - is incredibly intricate and no small feat of engineering, but not my modular preference. I'd rather use the 301 as a standalone box (hello, Octatrack) and use it outside of / connected to a modular system.
Whereas - the AD module can never be more than one menu deep, has knob-per-function (at least as it exists right now), and a minimal, simple readout for fewer, more specific use cases. With the 301 you really are buying a sound computer; with the AD you really are buying a well-appointed, eurorack-specific sample player. Which you go for is a matter of preference/taste!