This is a collection of 3 plugins: The Waldorf Attack Percussion synth, The PPG Wav 2.V wavetable synth and the D-Pole Filter.
My favorite was the D-Pole. My favorite knobs to tweak on it were the sample rate input, the overdrive and ring modulator. You just need a tincture of overdrive to produce some very powerful distortion.
The Attack is also a very fun synth that lets you program percussion sounds directly from the oscillators. But I found though that I had to use some bass booster on them and I couldn't save my own kits using Reaper DAW. If you have the time to read the manual, it shows you exactly how to program some classic drum sounds, including toms and congas!
The PPG Wav 2.V was my least favorite only because I prefer more 'jagged' sounding synths and this makes more 'angelic' choirs and such. Also, this was one of the hardest parts of the manual for me to navigate just because there is so much to learn and multiple windows in the instrument. This is best suited to someone more experienced with synths.
Important note for the D-Pole.
"Don’t use the D-Pole as a Send Effect unless you want to achieve a certain result. A Send Effect doesn’t replace the input signal with the processed signal, it only mixes the processed signal onto the input signal. This reduces the strength of the filter effect and unwanted phase interferences will happen."
This collection is something best learned with lots of experimentation and referencing the 88 page manual.