This is a very well sampled and nice-sounding instrument you have here. The various updates to the software to address particular issues have also been very welcome, and it's great to a see a developer engaged with the community like this.
The updated have, perhaps inadvertently, created one issue for me, which is a problem with the room resonance in the release samples. The latest update - 1.0.582, which solves some important issues - and the previous update - 1.0.530 - have seen an adjustment of the release samples, in which the room resonance has become more prominent. I can understand the desire to make the piano as resonant as possible on a single-note or single-chord basis - it sounds luxurious - but it is a bit of a problem for daily playing where notes are being smudged into each other much more than they used to.
To give a very simple example of the issue, I recorded just a Bach fugue subject and two chords in two versions - 1.0.464 (which comes first in each comparison in the example) and 1.0.582 (which comes second). The first fugue subject is relatively clean, while in the second the notes are slightly smudged. The chords show the slightly increased resonance in the 1.0.582 version. Just to be clear: these were created from the *same midi file* and used the *same custom VSL profile*, so this is not a case of playing differently in the two versions or using different mic settings; this is entirely down to different release sample behaviour. The example is at: https://tinyurl.com/ybqdgtw4.
As there are already many good ways increase to increase the resonance of the sound in the instrument (8 out of the 10 mics in the full version, or 4 out of 5 mics in the standard version, do this, as does the very good builtin reverb), I would suggest one of two solutions to this issue:-
1. There should be an adjustment control for the release sample resonance; this would be the ideal solution, as it would allow players to customise it exactly as they wanted. Most piano VSTs have something like this, and this instrument clearly has separate release samples and they are clearly adjustable across the different releases, so I'm hoping this will be possible, but only the developers will know how difficult this is.
2. If 1. is really not possible, then release an updated version incorporating all the latest fixed, but with the samples at least as dry as they were in 1.0.464, which otherwise remains the version that I will have to use because of the playability issues of the longer/louder room resonance.