I just spent a couple hours with mine, and while it's not perfect, it's definitely a keeper. And yes, I played Light My Fire. if you play too guitaristically, as in strumming, you get a lot of *pop* on the attack, but I'm not having a hard time making the adjustment, as I play a lot of hybrid style partial chords anyway. In my opinion, it sounds best for chords with three, maybe four note voicings at most. Bass range voicings sound best if you only play the bottom three strings, treble voicings sound best if you stay on the top four strings. This is a generalization, but owners will see this. The biggest achilles heel is that, for whatever reason, it does not like a major seventh interval at all. if you play a major seventh with the root on the 6th or 5th string and the major seventh on the third or fourth string, it basically cancels out in an unpleasant way. So, I just dropped the root off major seventh chords. I'm looking forward to finding spots that this will fit in the band's repertoire, and, in the trio side project, it will get used a lot, possibly with looping, as well. Plus, I'm going to blow the jazz group's mind with it - although I'll only use it there on rare occasion.