Ok, then I start to argue, too, as it seems to be a desirable thing in here:
kinda suggested that everyone has inflated egos and is insane (which may be quite true)
This interpretation is actually very funny for me, personally, to have my half-baked half-joking writings seen this way... I mean, you don't know how insane I actually am for real, and how I sometimes view humans in general, including myself. It would be a very funny thing to happen if I claimed someone would be especially insane of any kind. I just first thought you might be impeding each other in the pursue of trying to create something decent, which would be a shame given the quality of certain information scattered in this thread.
But I must say, as I gave out some word here which I probably should have delayed... Before I have had only now and then looked into snippets of the ongoing discussions, which might not have been enough to get a picture, I seemed to have missed the relevant parts while doing so. I have now skimmed the first pages and they brought up much better ideas on the potential nature of this discussion. It seems to be nothing where my commentaries would have been of any use, so I have to apologise for having prematurely wasted your time. Mine certainly wasn't, I think it might have subtly enhanced my inner picture of the concept of display behaviour, and might want to read even more of this thread to enhance it even more. Please don't take that personal, it is a very fascinating topic and very helpful to understand to get along among the higher life forms of this planet at least...and I generally like to freely speak what I am believing to think, not wanting to hurt anyones feelings.
The initial topic is very interesting btw, to have simple chords control variations of complex sequenced music in predefined patterns. I'm thinking about people in the industry under enormous pressure that is essential to their lifes, to deliver music as a good in time meeting harsh deadlines, so they cannot afford the time to make something inspired with quality, and could just buy some preset and sell the result for more than the preset had cost. It could be a nice source of income for people capable of making good presets for the thing. Also you could make a mode that would transform any arbitrary pressed keys to something harmonic sounding defined by the style's usual clichee sound, and lots of kids would buy it from their pocket money to have some fun without having to struggle first. But I think I cannot know the reason yet, why of all things you want renoise involved in such ideas. To say it short, it partially also is kind of...scene born, and "scene" people might be very opinionated toward having to fear their little baby tool being transformed into subject of commercial cannibalisation until the initial spirit has become nothing but ashes hidden behind marketing. That's maybe one parameter of the circumstances that seem to push everyone's urge to argue to very high levels.
I now see that argueing leads somewhere indeed, but I'm not sure whether I should like it or just nod and move along. Probably the latter, have a nice day.