I think Morphestra is really worth the money. There are ALOT of sounds in there.. Really well produced and it's fun to tweak with the built in effects. And I really like the fact that it comes on a harddrive even though it's only 27 gb in size.
One thing that makes Morphestra great is that they have used many acoustic instruments in the making of the library. Sometimes you can easily hear that you're playing a piano or guitar and sometimes it's barely recognizable due to all their tweaking. This makes for very original sounds that cannot be achieved with just synthesizers.
The only thing I'm 100% satisfied with is that there could be more minimalistic loops like hihats and stuff. There, Heavocity Evolve is better. But Morphestra is a very good library and I really recommend it for anyone who wants to make this kind of stuff.
Thanks for the replies, I was actually leaning more toward Synergy or Elements purely for the "style" of material that seemed to be in there, but I think I'll give Morphestra a shot as my first SL purchase to see how I like it.
Maybe SL will come out with an "EXP" version of Morphestra with some more Minimalist action in her.
Mac Pro 8-Core, Logic 9, Ableton 8, Omni, RMX, Komplete, Samples-n-Samples, Speak-n-Spell, Schroeder's Piano, Mcpherson Guitars, and a Partridge Family 8-Track