Just something I was proud of myself for making. Not all that special I suppose, when compared to some others listed. Maybe someone else even made it themselves already. But what I like about it is the range of sound you can get from it by playing around with the knobs. In fact this is why I like to think of it more as a synth than just a preset. Not a new concept I'm sure, but in case anyone thinks I'm posting it how it should solely be used, I'm just saying that's not the case. An example (maybe more than 1) in the form of a 3.2 caustic file can be found here.
Here's a bass preset that you can get a lot of character with using real time adjustment or automation. I setup a beatbox pattern and then some driving bass lines with this, and then used the controls on the Resonant LP (x2) module and the Mini LFO module I placed above it to get some nice variety (see screenshot)