These things are now long old, and I’m interested to see if they will be altered for the 1.8 final, or seen as non-issues. There are two native effects that have come to my attention with B3:
Flanger. When sent on a delay of 1.00ms and the amplitude is set about 50% the flange range peaks out and causes a weird longer delay effect. This is not an issue for delays larger than or equal to 2.00ms.
Stereo Expansion. When this effect is set to 0% expansion (i.e. mono) it only includes the one channel of the audio instead of mixing the two.
I can see people’s point of view when arguing that these are not issues, merely characteristic features. I thought it wise to bring this up to see if people felt it is a problem. Up to this point I get around it by using thrid party effects.