Look, I've never used a Moog Prodigy but I have 2 Moogs. This does a rpetty good job being Moogish and there's just something about this stripped down format that kills. I love playing around with this and use it all the time in tracks even though I have a studio electronics and a sub phatty. I've been told the Prodigy has snappier envelopes than a Model D and I have to say that's true of this emulation, snappier than the SE1 and snappier than Elektrostudio's own Model D plugin. This is a great lead synth and amazing for mono pads and whines that morph into sound effects. It has more cut than the phatty and a different modulation feel than the SE1 and the chorus is nice for turning it stereo even though its non-adjustable. I think this is elektrostudio's most enjoyable synth both for sequences and performance with a controller.... and no one else models a Prodigy.