Avast Thar Mateys,
I wish to add my one and a half cents to this discussion (the government gets the rest). I agree with Jaay. To my good shipmate Inspector and his crew and his inquiry of an option I respectfully submit the following:
You folks produce the finest instrument ever made, period (IMHO, which is the most importent). In addition, you also provide the best customer service of any company anywhere (and if anyone disagrees with me, I'll make them walk a very short plank on a very deep ocean). You have expanded your line to include the merge brick and now wireless midi (the midi jet pro). I have a concern that if you start marketing other products, (whether or not they can be used with the Zendrum), then you will lose something in the transition, either the marvelous personalities that I have personally dealt with over the years of being a zendrum owner, or the quality of the instrument itself or of the innovation that continues to make the zendrum not only the fine instrument that it is, but the works of art that each one has become.
No shipmate Inspector, do not offer any sounds, hardware, software or otherwise. Besides sound modules, be they hardware or software based are matters of personal taste and budget (granted, if the computer based systems that are available now were available when I ordered the Jolly Roger Zendrum, I might have gone that route, but alas they were not). But my point remains. Zendrum Corp and the people that work there are the best of humanity bar none (and believe me I have seen some of the worst). Other business should capitalize on your business model. I know that if I ever start my own business, that I certainly will look to Zendrum as the model (the business of Pyracy notwithstanding - Har Har).
Now that I have said my peice, I will step off the quarterdeck and take my normal place on the poop deck (for obvious reasons).
Fair Winds and Following Seas,