Yes, we have different ears/needs, and use them in different ways (as vanderSchoot mentioned his use is recording), and that's why context in these conversation is really helpful. Even aside from personal taste, we're not all after the same sounds out of our "hammonds." I can tell you X is my choice, and you can say, "but the C/V is so weak in that one" -- and I'd answer,"oh, I almost never use C/V." You can tell me Y is your choice, and I can say, "but the overdrive is weak," and you can answer, "oh, well I don't use much overdrive." Rock players may be looking for something different from jazz players or gospel players. Then there's the difference between those who play mono vs. those who play stereo, and those who want to play live and have it sound like there's a Leslie in the room vs. those who want it to sound like it does on recordings. No wonder there are so many different opinions. I think it actually would be helpful, when saying what you like best, if people would include some of that info about how they use it.