Actually I can't add too much to the other two good reviews. I mainly want to show the dev my respect. This thing shows you should never exclude the SynthEdit stuff from your search for a VST, this sounds better to me than the other commercial/free ones I tried (EVP73/elektrik piano, lounge lizard etc). It is the first Rhodes emulation that feels like the real thing for me. Concerning the velocity curves: I think the three modes are enough - there are freeware Midi utilities, if you need further adjustment. A note for the dev: playing 17 or more notes with the sustain-pedal down will produce a crack when releasing the pedal. This should not happen, since it's so nice to produce sound-walls with a Rhodes. So for sound it's "only" nine points. I coupled it with the freebies mda Detune and mda Combo, but there are also other freeware VST effects out there that will fit the bill. There is no documentation needed, also Presets don't make sense if they are not coupled with further effects, so I give 10 there. MrRay functions even when the nag screen is displayed for the first seconds, so even if you don't donate it is fully usable.