Am I the only one who's kind of torn about what the OP-Z is going to be?
One of OP-1's biggest strengths in my opinion is the great UI and how it is immediately clear where you are, what state things are in and what you can do. On the other hand one of the PO series' biggest strengths is that their displays are for the most part a meaningless but fun show and using the devices works with mostly just the LEDs above the buttons.
My feeling after watching several hours of OP-Z videos is that the OP-Z should really have its own display. A lot of concepts in the OP-Z like the per-step modifiers are relying too much on learning what which LED means in which context, or what you can remember about what you set up. I don't see myself juggling an iOS device together with the OP-Z either, especially when making music outside, in bed or on the sofa.
I'd love to hear your opinions on this. Will the OP-Z be a hit like the OP-1 without a built in display?