After owning the JD-Xi for little over six months now, I've come across my first real issue about it's limitations when it comes to it's Analog functionality. Granted, This is my first synthesizer, and wow, has it really opened some doors for me. Once I downloaded the editor, I found that being able to easily edit the partials for the digital parts exponentially expanded what I could create sound-wise and I have really fallen in love with the synth in that regard.
Although, after using the editor extensively, I'm really bummed at how little you can do with the analog when compared with the digital parts. You only really have one true oscillator to work with. The sub oscillator doesn't add much dynamic since you are limited as to the adjustments you can make, so you are left with basic LFO, AMP, and ENV tweaking. On top of that, you only get three waveform options for the Analog, not even NOISE variations for filter sweeping.
I Really wish the Analog had another oscillator, or at least more editable parameters with its sub OSC.
What are some of your guys' complaints about the JD-Xi? I've seen a few on here already, but am interested what people think would be "the one thing" the JD lacks that would make it a million times better than it already is.