Here's the updated version of my Island Paradise preset, Hans will update it in the preset list in the next ST release if he has time to put it in, but in the mean time you can get it here.
It's very competitive to all the Optimods in the surrounding markets here & the Omnia One & Wheatstone FM 25 in the market I'm using it in, it's probably just the settings they're using, but to my ears it sounds better than the Omnia 11 in the neighbouring market too.
I've run various types of music through it from Classical, Oldies/Classic Hits, CHR, Country, Rock, Heavy Rock, Metal, various "world" music, to comedy shows & old radio plays (theatre), & it seems to handle all quite well.
Please let me know if there's something that doesn't work or sounds bad with it.
It's quite loud with moderate MPX power & a good Dynamic range, if you want it louder, just push up the Advanced Clipper Drive (Loudness) & it should still handle it & sound good.
It's very clear with crisp highs & a solid bass. I've been hearing things in music with this, that I've never heard before, because they've been lost in the background.
It sounds good in a noisy environment like a car traveling along the freeway at high speed, & if you're in a quiet location using good headphones, you'll likely be able to hear a piece of paper slide across the desk in the studio.
The station I run it on is predominantly Classic Hits, but does have a wide variety of programming between 6pm & midnight weekdays & 6am - midnight weekends Sydney Australia time.
The stream can be heard here in 56k AAC+ Coast FM 96.3 http://stream.tcom.net.au:8000/coastfm
Paul Thompson can probably weigh in here & give a bit more explanation of the sound from an independent point of view, as he already has a copy for testing?
Good or bad, let me know what you think of it, & if you find any major issues.
You'll need everything licensed to run it, & ST 9.38 Beta Version 011 or later.