This is a fabulous VST and well worth your money. This is one of the most FUN plugins I have, and if you like FSU you can work profane miracles with this beat slicer. The interface is easy to use and learn, and VERY well thought out, and reminds me of a Mac user interface; simple extrinsically but intrinsically complex. Very easy to use, and very stable. If you are like me, a self-taught music maker tired of reading manuals for every #@@$% thing and spending hours configuring instead of playing, and just wanting to have FUN and bring back a little of the life to making computer music, this will get your rocks off. This is a plugin you can really PLAY with.
The documentation and examples provided at Ohm's website is clear and more than enough to get you going. I believe Darkstar has written a very nice guide for this one and like all of Darkstar's manuals, very well done. A+ for the documentation.
Regarding presets -- The free demo version comes with a few ready-made loops. Could there be some good presets for this one? Well, I suppose a handful more loops would be nice but not essential. I don't consider presets a very relevant issue in the case of this plugin.
My one complaint is simply that the developer, a very creative plugin designer, has been slow with the updates in 2007. There's been promises of support for .REX and .ZGR format files for probably a year now, and the version 1.5 was supposed to include these months ago I believe, and yet ver 1.46 was the last update, last summer. What you can load at present are .wav files of any size or resolution, and acidized wav's. I don't mean to say we're naturally entitled to new versions, either, but since the new version has been mentioned by the developer more than once, I remain very anxious to get it!
But I'll say again, even if it never gets updated again, it's still worth the price. This is an easy plugin you can play with for hours and not exhaust its potential, again and again.