I jumped on the Lyrical Distortion bandwagon a little late, since it only recently became GS3 compatible.
I just wanted to say that I am extremely impressed with it. It has a really gritty, lovely cone sound, just exactly how I would mic a cabinet. I have spent only about an hour with it, but already I am excited about some uses for this. I really love the muted/palmed patches, and how they move from note to note. Good use of round-robin, and the level of distortion is very nice...just the right amount of "hair" on the tone, not shredding, just right in the pocket for a really nice variety of uses.
I can't wait to get a couple more hours under my belt. I think I'll be flying with it at that point.
I also picked up Studio B, and that is a very nice collection of tools. Any one of the instruments would have been a good deal. There is a subset of Lyrical Distortion in there, a nice slapping drum kit, and what sounds like an A20 or Fender hollow-body electric bass. Everything sounds really great. I love the drum kits with the rods, they have some very seriously slapping snares. It's a great all-in-one production kit, but I certainly wouldn't characterize it as anything remotely entry-level. I can see every bit of it being go-to useful.
These are very nice libraries. I think anyone with an interest in the instruments represented would be extremely pleased with them. I can't wait to have some more time to really dig in. I'm in the "meeting phase" of some new projects for the fall, and am hoping to push the musical direction towards something that I can really use these libraries on!!