Real MIDI templates + fewer MIDI learn restrictions
Problem: with all the presets that come with the deluge and all the ones I have created in the months since I got the Deluge it is unrealistic to go through each one and MIDI learn them. If I understand correctly the workaround is making a making a MIDI learned preset that you save over and over again. This actually defeats the purpose of having a presets sounds; though you have parameters that are MIDIfied the user has a lot of programming to do to get a drastically different sound.
AFAIK connecting a MIDI button with momentary or incremental functions (i.e. to change OSC type) is also problematic. This could be worked around if we knew a little more about how values are clipped in parameters with on or off functions or with very few parameters (i.e. is 'off' 0 and 'on' 1 or 127?)
There are also parameters that are simply not MIDI learnable, e.g. in the global effects section
Solution(?): Ability to make a MIDI template that can be applied to a preset, possibly with one strict but changeable MIDI channel per template. This would be somewhat akin to a multitimbral synth where instruments are differentiated by MIDI channel and could take the form of a template per synth type (FM / subtractive) or kit. I'm certain this is no easy task but it would greatly expand performance possibilities.
Alternatively, maybe there would be a way to do this in downrush(?)