Developing a samplekit is a matter of confidence with the sampled instrument and with the software that will run the program.
I make samplekits for my use first, but the best way to make them state-of-the art is to interest other people too. Sampleism gives me the chance to do this and grow: after every kit is released my knowledge of what I sampled is doubled and my skills in managing programs also. I tend to sample machine not widely sampled yet, like the JoMoX or SH-09 but
I also like some weird stuff, like the Amigakit (my best seller now!), the MightyEighties collection of snaredrums and more to come... Please buy my kits and help me get a Ferrari, I need it ;)