I had played with version 1 a few times, and thought it was an interesting concept and effect. I'm glad to see that v2 builds on that, while updating the plugin to modern standards (the v1 interface was really tiny on my 4k monitor!). A suggestion/request, would be to include a legend for the colours of the activated nodes on the sequencer. I can never remember what yellow dots mean vs blue dots, etc.
Quick note, after playing with it for a short period.
It's got that obvious late-80s digital with analog circuits sound. The interface seems clear and bonus marks for making it scalable (something I very much look for in a plugin these days, as I have a 4k monitor and 50+ year-old eyes.) I never had the pleasure of owning a K1 back in the day, but I certainly spent some energy thinking about them. Now: back to playing.
Chromaphone 2, bears the same, utilitarian face as most of AAS's virtual instruments. And that's fine - they've devised a simple, clear, and useful interface for their wares. Underneath, and at the speaker end of things, though, this synth is special. It's alive. Really, really alive and responsive (when you take advantage of the possibilities, of course. Read tommyzai's more-comprehensive review if you want more details. I'm "chiming in" here to lend another voice supporting this amazing synthesizer.