I loaded V2.0 earlier today and played around with it a bit. Change is good, but I'm not sure I like all of the changes, especially the change that allows the trim knob to control mixer settings. I don't see the point since the select encoder does the same thing. It makes it frustrating if you've changed the setting to 'mixer' but then forget to switch it back. You start recording and go to adjust levels and they're disabled due to this selection.
I really don't like how they implemented the channel ganging control at all. I mean, it's definitely nice to have and an improvement, but right now IMHO it's VERY cumbersome to implement and I think one more tweak is needed to make it work right.
So, in order to implement ganging, you go into the Input Menu and choose Trim Link. Whenever more than one channel is highlighted under a Group A, B, C, or D choice in the Trim Link submenu, the first channel in that group controls the levels of all the channels in that group. The channels in that group cannot be controlled individually until the channels are un-linked by deselecting all of the channels in the Trim Link submenu, or by choosing 'Clear All' at the bottom of the submenu.
So, let's say you're running four channels and the show starts. Almost everyone I know would want to leave channels un-linked for the first part of the show so that all of the channels can be set so they're peaking around the same point. Fortunately, the user is now able to open the Input menu while recording and call up the Trim Link submenu to choose to link all four channels. However, unfortunately at this point, the user must select each of the four channels in the submenu to include in the ganged group (rather than say having them already pre-set and simply toggling the preset group ON).
So, the show progresses and you've changed to ganged level controls. Now let's say your level on one of the channels starts to diverge from the levels of the others and you need to tweak a single channel. The only way I can see to do this is to go back into the Trim Link submenu and, either one-by-one clear all of the selected channels from the groups or go to the bottom and select 'clear all'. Now, since there are no channels highlighted in the Trim Link submenu, channel linking is now disabled so you can adjust the one channel that needs adjustment.
Now that you've got the channels balanced again, next thing is you want to go back and re-link all of the channels again, right? Well, in order to do that you've got to start all over again and redefine the channels you want assigned to the linked group. That's just very cumbersome.
A much better design would have been to implement a channel linking ON/OFF toggle on the shortcut menu so that once you set up your groups in the Trim Link menu, you don't have to re-enter them every time you want to implement channel linking.