Well, “boot screens” were on the list months ago, now in FW 1.34, cross that off, not something I personally care about.@RustyOldNail which specific features are you missing out on?
Ive used the uptemp feature... ever since I suggested it be implemented - and never had any problems with it. Sure it could use some uptemp adjustability, and I wouldn’t be surprised to see that added in the next update. Which thankfully, I won’t have to mail in to perform.
I’m not sure about “Sound Themes”, that dashboard screen is empty, but again, not something I need.
Which leaves “Heat Profiles”, something I would like to see finished.
As far as “uptemp” mode, I believe you need to be able to select HOW FAST, or SLOW, you want the ramp up to be, and HOW LONG it holds at the high end, before turning OFF. Essentially, it’s TOO AUTOMATED, in its current form.
I didn’t buy this unit specifically for its uptemp mode, so it’s not a huge deal to me, though as I previously wrote, it’s seems Auber has more options for that feature. Reason uptemp is not a big deal to me, is I believe it was designed more for those using quartz drop down buckets, where the quick temps can register faster. On my NV Titanium DCup, with Sapphire dish, the temperature change is too slow going through the Titanium cup holder. Think about it this way. Assuming you have better lungs then my 10-12 second draw, and you can inhale for 20 seconds, then that’s the amount of time for the PID, to ramp from your start temp point to your end temp point. Having done extensive temperature testing at the dish surface on my DCup, shows that there is no way for even a 20f temperature increase to reach the dish surface in that short a time.
The above notes on “uptemp” mode is NOT a criticism of the MV PID, except for refining it a bit for those who have the gear to make use of it. I’m not disappointed, because I figured from the beginning with my setup that it would be useless for me.