Interesting concept. On paper, the unique synthesis engine along with all of the flexible realtime control sounds great. But in practice, listening through a bunch of videos, I didn't hear anything that blew me away sound-wise. In fact many of them just sounded like cheesy emulations of other instruments rather than anything unique.
I think with most teams that come together to work on projects like this - you have hardware, firmware/software people and then you have the programmers and artists and crossover between. Presets can make or break a new synth, so hopefully as they move along preset creation becomes a major focus and we can get a better idea of what the instrument is capable of.