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Better to stick with what you're good at I suppose. Anyway, I prefer things as they are, otherwise I would have bought Ozone instead.
I recommend using Soniformer for m/s processing in certain situations. Here's a typical example:
Say you have a tune that you've rendered and noticed that the vocals in the middle were too low. What do you do? Simple, you compress the side of the tune a bit. Of course this only works if you've got most other material at the sides and no loud drums in the middle as all info in the middle will get louder. Also, multiband compression can sometimes be much more beneficial than using EQ to correct a slight frequency imbalance on the side or mid signal as it will "move" and breathe with the music instead of being static like un-automated EQ. Also compressing the side signal you can fine tune the stereo width of the material (well what you really tune is the amplitude of certain frequencies in the side signal but it will sound like tuning the width).
In short: Try soniformer in mid-side mode sometimes. It's extremely useful IMO.