(I realize there are 70 million posts on this forum about which is the best orchestral library, but having read 80 percent of them, I'm not sure any really answered my upcoming question. I'll buy the feathers and tar myself if I'm severely out of place.)
I'm a Finale 2009 user. I use "Human Playback" (and the included GPO samples) pretty extensively in my audio realizations; "HP" isn't perfect, I know, but it's a start. I'm happy to spend two, three, four hours tweaking a piece in Finale to make the audio sound good, but I simply don't have the time (or the inclination) to spend dozens of hours on a single piece to reach note-by-note perfection. I don't really have the time or the inclination to learn a sequencing program either.
So what orchestral libraries are more forgiving of the problems that come from a piece not perfectly tweaked? I'm considering the upcoming GPO; EWQLSO Silver or Gold; VSL Special Edition (which, in the reading I've done, sounds like it may not be right for my situation); Kirk Hunter's various libraries; XSample; and Miroslav Philharmonik. I'm certainly willing to entertain any other orchestral libraries in a similar price range, however.
Thanks in advance for your thoughts,