In my opinion its all about the top 3 on this list.
Because it sounds perfect, the timing and buffering, the sliders that you can split apart and have two parameters that have modulation(LFO sine wave) going which ever way you want(tempo synced perfect), the slider under that one that creates a curve in the sine wave LFO(to make the parameter move from slow to fast or fast to slow at varying degrees). Its just missing a few little things to make it completely perfect...
How can they make something that is supposed to destroy your music sound so good. Trash2 is the best distortion(plus much more) ever. You can use it for cleaning up your sounds or dirtying them up. It can be used as a delay or filter unit. It has that super clean high end sound that iZotope is great for. I love Ohmicide but it does not compare to Trash2. It is sooo easy to tweak and understand that no manual is needed. I would give it 10/10 it they would add a little more modulation and do more to the simple and not super useful delay(seems like its meant for the guitar).
I have been playing the Element for many days straight. It is one of the best synths out right now. It is way under rated and reviewed. The tweekability and sound are perfect. A couple minor things I would like to see would give it a 10/10. Like slide/accent on the sequencer for 303 stuff, choice of sub osc. etc. But I am very disappointed that the Element does not work in FL Studio. I would have bought it already and it would be one of my secret weapons that somehow is getting past everyone.
Wow wub wub wow. Wow2 in my opinion is the best new filter out there. The LFO(from the Cyclop synth) is a great idea for dubstep stuff and new effects. The ability for the modulators to modulate each other can create almost any effect. The Mwobbler from Melda comes close to the Wow2 but is nowhere as versatile. It sounds as thick and real as anything and modern. I would not recommend it to anyone so that only I can have the awesome and fat filter sounds of Wow2.