Now that Behringer have a DX1 they will understand that Yamaha put the Rolls-Royce of converters under the hood of the King. As I understand it although they were both 12 / 14 bit, the DX5 did not have those exact same convertors. I've had the pleasure of playing both instruments and for whatever additional reasons, the DX1 is just on another level in every way. I'm sure that Behringer could reimagine even "easier" access to DX editing and I think people would get into it. It might be a useful tool in the studio, so you have a valid suggestion...But I doubt it will sound as mind blowing as a DX1 and it certainly won't play like one. So you might as well fully map DEXED to a controller keyboard. There is something about the way a DX1 plays that connects the user to the instrument in a way I have never experienced from any other synthesizer. Playing the EP or a Mallet on fully weighted polyphonic aftertouch keys and hearing genuine vintage DX components is an absolute treat to the point you actually start to experience this weird guilt, like you've just enjoyed a vintage whiskey by yourself and without permission.