I have had my Integra for 6 months. I use the Integra in the studio to play midi files for the music which I write and to practice with my live setup. i also use the Integra in live shows controlled by a midi controller keyboard. Nearly all of the sounds are amazing especially the synths and most of the Supernaturnal sounds. There is a distinct lack of Supernatural brass enembles and I have been using the SRX sounds mainly. I have previoulsy used the XV-5080 and as the Integra has all of the sounds from the XV-5080 in it is useful. However to transfer all of the settings from the XV-5080 to the Integra is very time consyuming and difficult as they have to be done ny hand as there are not automatic ways of doing it as the sounds processors are completely different. Also the 5.1 connections are via 6 seperate jacks and it is not possible to record 5.1 audio via the USB lead which is surprising. Being used to the XV-5080 I didn't find the small display difficult to use but others may need to use an Ipad for an easier interface. The sounds themselves are top draw. Apart from the Supernatural Flute I found sounds to be excellent. There are many settings and the fact that each channel has its own effects is very useful indeed. The synth sounds have blown me away and I am also very happy with and use a lot of the SRX sounds that are in the unit. In fact there are so many sounds it does take a long time to check them all out ! The jack inputs on the front of the unit are useful as I connect my stage piano through there and make use of the Integra to mix the sounds together. The digital SPDIF out is only stereo and not 5.1 as you may expect but does sound amazing. The XLR outputs are very useful for use in live work and eliminate the need for DI boxes. I would have liked two MIDI channels as there were on the XV-5080 as this was very useful. Also the USB has limited functions and I would have expected more especially 5.1 through it. I would have also liked a better way to setup the channels for Performances as I have found it a bit tricky. Overall the Integra sounds superb for recording and also through a live PA system. There are many many functions which allow sounds to be manipulated and new sounds created which will make it last a very long time. Before I got the Integra I was looking at a second hand Fantom but the quality of sounds for the price made the difference for me and I have not been dissapointed with it using it.