Absolutely. I had the exact same thought when I saw the description. I don’t want Pianobook to turn into some corporate advertisement for other libraries, a place for companies to post trial versions of their products. Pianobook has always been a place for composers and engineers to create their own experimental instruments, and share them with a like-minded community of creative musicians. I desperately hope this is an isolated event, or that Pianobook creates a separate website for that sort of thing. I don’t want to lose that sense of community and shared experimentation that professional companies – with the notable exception of Spitfire Audio – tend to lack.