Another MN fan here, I have a B&G system which I lusted after for a long time and eventually caved on, after owning other MN modules such as Maths and the STO. Never regretted picking it up, and hopefully it will outlive other Euro purchases.
Among many other uses the system is a fantastic portable “cv lab” for testing other modules and synths, something I don’t see mentioned often. With the analog input and output it’s a great fx box too. I ended up adding all the bits from the new system to my older one, so felt dumb for a good while.
I keep getting satisfying sounds from the DPO years after first owning it. Taught me a lot about fm and waveshaping aesthetics.
I have the FxDF/RxMx combo too, and it just sounds beautiful to me. It inspired me to use more bandpass filtering in the digital realm.
I’ve pretty exhaustively explored Erbe-Verb, definitely seems like a classic. Learning to avoid its clichés.
Echophon is next, it’s capable of some truly bizarre things when heavily patched and is great for chaotic patching via its cv output. Looking forward to exploring it more with precise cv from the computer. I see it as a mini Eventide in my rack with insane CV control.
Slowly learning Morphagene, I had an anti-hype reaction to it but finally diving in. Enjoying how fluid it makes sampled audio, and trying to use it musically. Would be nice to see more stereo modules from MN.
Had a used 0-coast for a while before trading it in a package deal, but would definitely get another, it’s such a fun little box, and perfect for learning about cv and synthesis. Another future classic to my mind.
The only downer I can think of is the lightshow in the corner of my case (tempi, wogglebug). Being able to neutralise the colours from tempi would be nice, as i didn’t expect the riot of primary colours in a system like the B&G, but I learned to love it :-]
In general their stuff seems really well thought through, and they seem like good people. Always happy to support them and excited to see what they do next.