Like it. It's definitely unique in sound and style. People tend to say the gui is not "normal" like every other gui.
But with a synth that unique and that versatile it's just their bad luck. HrastoProgrammer Transitov is another gem of the same kind, where people complain about the GUI and it's complexity. Guys music is not about GUIs, it's about sound. And if you are looking for unique sound and not for an eye pleasing gui, check out Waverazor. It was very unique to do OneSynthChallenge #119 with Waverazor. So many times we get yet another subtractive synth without any new features. But Waverazor was different, challenging but at the same time very rewarding if the challenge was masterd. Just check out the results of the OneSynthChallenge: https://soundcloud.com/kvrosc/sets/one-synth-challenge-119
The main principle of the synthesis of Waverazor seems to be the switching between multiple editable wavetables in sync with the key frequency of a note. Actually not a difficult thing to do, but it's the idea that makes the difference, right? Waverazor sounds much like any other synth if the sounds are static, but if you begin to mangle them, you get the chills, because you can manipulate a wave cycle in the microsound time scale - but unlike granular methods would allow for. Great and innovative synth with a sci-fi look to it! The reason I only give it 8 out of 10 is that the user interface does not yet let you manipulate every parameter manually.