What surprised me on first listen was how clean it was. If you don't plug it in to a TV at all, and run it in its MODE 1, the noise floor is much lower than other methods for making chip music. It's actually lower than other (much more expensive) synths I have, interestingly enough. You can play two pulse channels, a triangle channel, a noise channel, and the sample channel simultaneously, and each is addressed from a different MIDI channel.
It is entirely programmed via MIDI CC messages, so I'm in the process of making a device map for Nuendo/Cubase, so I can just grab a knob rather than having to go through the whole process of sending it a CC through other means. I'll provide this map to anyone that wants it once I have it done.
So, full review and sound samples coming. But at first glance, it is a nice piece of kit. I need to get a Par-Metal 1U rack and a couple switches from Mouser, then I'm gonna rack-mount this bitch and it'll be on.