I recently picked up a Crimson Mesh kit and have had a lot of fun with it. I had originally intended to get a DM10 X Mesh but missed out just after they discontinued them. Luckily, I have a DM10 module that I'm bringing into the kit to trigger other pads from my old Yamaha DTXpress. I've also added an Alesis PercPad to the rack.
I am struggling to find anything wrong with the Crimson kit. The pads are great to play, the module is pretty straightforward, albeit lacking the deep editing power of the DM10 and the presets are pretty good, if not mind-blowing. I would've preferred the bigger pads and extra pads and cymbals of the DM10X, but I hope to either add to this or possibly upgrade to a Strike once they launch and settle in the market. However, having hooked the Crimson up to my laptop and Superior Drummer 2.0, it has taken it to new heights. I'm still learning how to make the most of SD, but so far, it's provided me with some great sounding drums. I've just upgraded my audio interface to a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 (which goes well with the red pads!) and will be taking the whole rig out live in a couple of months, which is really exciting.
I also just picked up a couple of big, purpose-built padded bags to store everything in.
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