Imagine you've got all the money in the world, and you want to buy yourself a modular synth. Where do you go? Sure, a Buchla would be nice, but now they're getting so common, appearing in pop videos. No, you need a $24,341 CMS MR-24. Why? "They are hand built using only the finest materials available including military spec. potentiometers, knobs, and scratch/corrosive resistant front panel stock used by the US Navy... no chips whatsoever in the audio path. Many of our competitors say discrete - but the real truth is, their circuits are hybrid - meaning they use a combination of transistors, chips and some even use the dreaded "transistors- on-a-chip" devices, and try to claim discrete." Chris from Analog Industries says: "If you're a trust-fund baby and have gotten tired of spending your parents hard-earned money on cocaine and strippers, this is your instrument. The end of the road viz. modulars. It doesn't get any better."