What is the problem with you rayblaster evangelists? Why do you feel it necessary to iterate five million times how great it is and how unrivalled? I'm sure it's cool but why that overprotectionism?
If you were involved with Rayblaster from the start during Beta testing, creating waveforms for it from scratch, by doing tons of single cycles of other synths and finally creating around 160+ presets and then audio demos you would be a bit "overprotective" too maybe.
The combination of ALL features in Rayblaster still seems to be quite unique. Two examples are the Osc windows and the PW sequences. Picking out a few and saying that this other synth is similar to Rayblaster is not correct IMO.
For example Harmor is based on an additive engine and Rayblaster is not. That's already a big difference. Then Harmor does include a certain amount of filter modes. Rayblaster does create the filter response based on the waveform you "feed" into it which could either lead to something like an emulation or lead to some crazy "fantasy filters" with big changes in the timbre while turning the Formant knob.