I think the previous review goes over the features quite well. Texture is a good vst made great by the free price. It's a fairly straight-forward, simple to use instrument which can come in handy on many tunes. I particularly like the sequencer module which is used to modify the amplitude. You can really texturize your sounds here. The bandpass filter can quickly take your sound to extremes. The graphics is one of my few complaints. It's hard to read some of the labels. The type is too small in the green windows. However, if you pass your mouse over a control and wait a second, a popup label will appear and tell you what it is. The other minor complaint I have is when changing octave or harmony, the sequence only goes up one way. If you are at "0" and want to go to "-1" you must click "0,1,2,3,-2,-1" to get there. The saving of presets is left to the host. The FX (reverb and delay) are very simple, but are very effective. Texture seems very stable and very usable.