I was at a colleague of mine who has Drums On Demand. I noticed that the loops are all .wav files. When I heard the sounds of the swirling brushes, I said to myself, you can't beat this authentic sound compared to a sampled brush sound. There were so many fills within this Jazzy Brush folder (to cover any transition in a score) and I might consider getting more into looped drums here rather that playing them in real time. Let's face it, the timing with loops and the grooves they present are key in scoring pop and jazz compared to losing the groove while playing in real time with of course limited fingers that truly can't produce what a real drummer has recorded in a .wav file.
What are you thoughts?