I did push it a bit hard for clarity sake, Diki...the neat thing is that each and any variation can be swung by varying amounts, plus, as I said earlier, you can accent any part of the beat of each and any variation to balance out any issues. Fills can be done separately, as well as the Intros/Endings.
I find it handy enough for just "swinging" a style, but it really comes into it's most effective use for me, by allowing me to fit parts from different feeling styles together, culminating in a fairly individual and personal sounding style.
Together with StyleAdjust, the program Michael Bedesem made especially for me, going by some ideas that I had, and his incredible technical knowledge, I can really get a lot done without needing to create from scratch; something not that easy to do on any arranger, in my experience.
StyleAdjust lets me change the note values within a style, and the tempo as well...it is completely adjustable, although I asked him for default values that would be the ones I'd use the most.
It will be interesting to hear if anyone has examples of Audya styles that were swung.