Let me clarify a bit.
Qranger works fine as an audio arranger, Live Arranger makes it easier to use the myriad MIDI styles that are available, and in the short-term is a "quick-fix" for moments when a style at a gig is needed.
Long-term I will be learning and programming audio styles, but that is a pretty steep learning curve, especially for a performer who uses styles so little, like me
I only started the thread for those who are keen to see styles as they would be done on any of the closed arranger boards.
Now I have the activated version, it is practical for me to do it (in a time available -v- priority sense) as I can now save all my edited styles that I would use.
As I said ultimately, the goal would be to use the superior quality of audio samples to construct a style.
The other area that Q-Ranger is going to be strong in, for me anyway, is creating a style, simply by importing a full midi song, assigning markers and then using that to generate style play.
It would be the true "song based style" as it is EXACTLY the song. All the right drums, bass lines etc etc, stops, dynamics...