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It's a shame too because there is a youtube clip of someone A/B ing Evil drums on both programs and it's pretty much identical.
And yeah for home recording there is just no comparison anymore. I know acoustic drummers won't want to hear this but the simple fact is for the average "home studio" drummer who wants to record there is no way to get the same quality of sound and options with a real kit without spending mega mega money to basically create a proffessional studio in your house.
It took me a long time of humming and hawing over making the switch to edrums when I moved to a situation where I couldn't have real drums. I was stuck in my closed minded "they can't be as good as real drums" mentality. I wasted so much time because I didn't trust the tecnology. Turns out that for what I wanted (home recording) it had already far exceeded what I could have done with an acoustic kit, the budget I had, and the space I record in. And it's only getting better.
As for BFD sampler, I will wait and see if it's ever on sale. i will be able to trigger these samples: Platinum Samples Rock Drums Vol 1 & 2. Would be Awesome. (bummer...Platinum Samples didn't come out with the SDX version)
yeah that's probably one of the last ones availible. Anyone wanting one for superior would be smart to jump on that.
As for BFD I'm not sure what their plans are, as they don't ever comment on new releases...but BFD2 is getting a little long in the tooth. It may be more worth it to wait for "BFD3" when ever that comes around. Hopefully it won't be too much longer as I'm excited to see how much better it can get.