I recently purchased Predator and as a bonus received RP-Distort. After experimenting for several days I thought I'd post a mini write up. I've tried many distortion plugins on the market–both Logic's natives and some 3rd party. The problem I'd often run into is that distortion plugin "A" would have a nice character, but would lack the options that would allow me to fine tune it to my taste or properly modulate it. So then I'd go to distortion plugin "B" which would have all the bells and whistles in terms of advanced features, but would lack the tone I was looking for. In the end I'd have to stack up several different plugins to achieve the sound I was looking for, and more often than not by the time I found the "sound" I wanted, I'd have a listen a couple days later and realize it sounded like shit. RP-Distortion has it all: Great distortion character options (tube, amp simulator, bitcrush, waveshape, and way too many more to list) Built-in EQ Built-in Filter Built-in Compressor Built-in Modulation Can be MIDI controlled via Pitch/Mod Wheel. I try not to shill products, but honestly, this little fucker has really opened my eyes to new sound potential and has saved me a lot of time when it comes to adding some meat to a sound (drums, bass, synth, vocal, etc.). I'm of the opinion that if a plugin can not only improve your workflow but also open new creative possibilities, it's well worth talking about and potentially adding to the collection. For only $69/€49, it's worth its weight in gold. Just my .02. Cheers.