You might call me a noob, but I totally like a lot of Renoise DSP and STILL even missing some in Bitwig, after all this time. And I absolutely like the compressors, I love the extremely constant / solid sound of the normal compressor even with very low settings and also the bus compressor for some specific scenarios. Also I am very used to it, and I am old already. Surely I can emulate also any aspect of these using Melda MDynamics, but I also dream of a very easy way to convert any Renoise song in no time to any other DAW, thanks to the awesome renoise DSP VST3, which also imports any DSP settings from a Renoise song.
Also I barely found any VST like the distortion, even it seems to be pretty simple in an algorithmical view. The distortion with an heavy amount, but mixed in by a very subtle amount is an absolutely nice secret weapon.
Blah blah blah, only nerds might care, but I also found a lot of components in Renoise already done/finished. For instance, the very very nice analyzer could be easily the background for the Renoise eq. Ok, UVI came up with Shade lately, I wondered if they read my Renoise forum posts!
But as always in the end this seems to be a question about developer time, and this seems to be very rare and focused on the most important things.
Also I find a lot of very modern compressor VSTs kind of “overengineered” or having a bad ratio of ease of use vs. control. For instance Pro-C2 looks very great GUI wise, but also those compressor modes seem to be very abritary choosen and often introduce a ton of latency for unhearable quality reasons. Also the result very often sounded pretty inconstant. This is not the case with Renoise DSP.