Just a followup, using 3.0.0 now. First off, I appreciate the fact that the PF responds so smoothly to double-precision pitchbend messages. I can nail nearly every discrete parameter value with the right pitch wheel (probably 12-bit; not the full 14-bit message).
I am finding some little quirks in the implementation, though. Algorithms like the 910/949 don't return-to-center at exactly the expected value. Pitch values in Micro land on 1:001, 1.003 in Normal mode, or Chromatc at 0.707. The Crystal algo: 1c. Most of the other algorithms are either coarse enough (diatonic modes), or really don't have an appropriate 'centered' value.
I got these numbers from sending a E0 00 40. It seems like the 'sweet spot' for an exact unison in many cases turned out to be E0 47 3F. With a 7-bit PB control, I can't hit "center" on these parameters at all. Not a huge deal in any case, but a little odd for those fine-resolution parameters to land on as a center value.
No doubt that it'd be a nightmare to curve a MIDI pitchbend message to meet logical values for all parameters across all of the stompboxes. Most parameter values seem to follow a non-linear path. Pitch parameters … that might be a bit more appropriate. I mention all of this here in case someone else had been getting the unusual results that I had.