Via moogspace: "Thursday, January 18th - NAMM starts today... We've been looking forward to this day for months, and now we're finally able to give our new products a proper introduction. So without further delay, here's the run-down: Little Phatty Stage Edition As you probably already know, the Stage Edition has the same great sound and appearance as the Tribute Edition, but at a lower price. The LEDs have an amber/red color scheme and the end plates are molded instead of wood. So, besides the price, what's new? The operating system! The Stage Edition's OS contains a host of new features that you requested (and a few we came up with), including built-in Sample & Hold and Noise modulation, a second modulation routing, and individual pitch up and down parameters. But here's the best part: presets now have their own 'Advanced' settings, so your can individually specify the number of filter poles, envelope release, filter sensitivity, etc., for each preset. And did I mention that we've added Pot Mapping, too? Now you can now program the four front-panel control knobs to any of the 128 MIDI Continuous Control parameters for internal or external control. Pretty cool, huh? But wait, there's more! The new OS will soon be available for the Tribute Edition (free, of course), so TE owners can also take advantage of the new feature set! We expect to be shipping the first Stage Editions by February."