"We have been thinking about creating some kind of an upgrade kit that connects to the SIMM sockets but holds some non volatile memory. How many of you would be interested in spending $100-200 for this?" I would. I'm hooked on the EDP style of looping, with extensive use of Multiply, and Undoing successive loops all the way back to my initial loop. Of course, I've been using the machine long enough that the operating system is pretty transparent to me. But I'm loving the sound of the Repeater and the ability to apply a different set of stereo effects to successive passes. And I like being able to save my work. There is a part of me that likes the in-the-moment feel of the EDP, and I'm secure that I can usually come up with an interesting loop on the fly. Hell, I've even developed some schtick to get the audience laughing when I lose it. But it sure would be nice to have a few prerecorded starter loops in the can that I can bring in after the bit if freeplay I do before looping..