how can you spin at all without using the jog wheel i have my hands on it all the time, it's like the most important tool for me esp. on a cdj with a precision of only 0.1% (like mine also).IYou are right about the jog wheel on the S1000s being a bit strange, I don't really use it much, just for cueing the track, and the pitch bend buttons the rest of the time. Although I would look allot cooler if I was to get to grips with the jog wheel
yeah, the sensitivity and the precision of those things is really amazing, you can hear and feel every millimeter of movement of the wheel, be it fast or slow. same goes for the pitch slider, there's no jumping around between two settings are skipping over single steps when moving it (like it happens on the cdj-100 and even worse on the cdj-200 as well), it's precise to the touch. once you used it you never want to go back it's really a great step towards coming close to vinyl feeling. the only thing about them that makes me sad is that you cannot set them to a +- 6% pitch range like with their bigger brother cdj-1000 - as they'd have a precision of 0.02% then, which would be _really_ nice.Good luck on getting some 800s! They look amazing, I always have liked the jog wheels on those things, they look really substantial.