Orchestra Enigmatica has some good points and bad points. Technically, I'd wanted to give it 4 1/2 stars, but since that can't be done on KVR, five it is. Its strongest point is its eight arpeggiators. Not only is that quite a lot, but each individual oscillator is so full-featured that it competes with, and sometimes bests, offerings from synths with very complex ones like Thorn, Diversion, MPowerSynth, Wavestate Native, etc.
OE's glaring weakness is its modulation section, that is, there's just one LFO which can be linked to only four destinations (volume, pan, filter cutoff and resonance) but only one at a time. So if you wanted to modulate both pan and filter cutoff, for instance, you're out of luck.
OE is fairly generous with its FX section, though. There are three parallel paths of FX along with convolution reverbs built from the ones inside Kontakt.
Although not a letdown, the sampled sounds themselves are, well, nothing to write home about. If OE didn't have its fantastic arpeggiators, this Kontakt instrument would've been donationware. Luckily, the arpeggiators make this synth rise above the fray, so if you're a sequence-grabbing freak like me, it could find a home in your arsenal.