Ah, thanks for clarifying it Damien. Obviously, making all this work isn’t as simple as it seems to us on the outside.
Still, as a heavy user of 3.5 and its Remote, I’ll make another suggestion (I don’t know if you implemented this in the Studio).
Enable a user to look at the remote to find out - without having to dig into desktop settings - the name of the preset that’s doing the filtering, if at all. With filters as good as they are today, and people doing more and more EQ customisation (for headphones, speakers, even different types of music etc.) this kind of information has assumed primary status and should at least be readily visible (if not quite possible to manipulate) remotely. I mean, even the desktop version of 3.5 keeps this information completely under the hub (while ‘SysOpt’ selection, for example, is displayed). This situation would make more sense if - and maybe this was the case in the past - we only had one filter preset. But I doubt it that any user of an advnced EQ plugin would settle for one preset only. Since I installed FabFilter my laptop screen share (MacMini user) is constantly on and most often it’s just so I know which filter I’m listening to.