O.k., here my latest “discoveries”:
Blue 3 (cudos to @Corky), my latest Hammond clone so far. For me the perfect complement to B5 which to my ears is the closest emulation to real Hammonds if we talk about plugins (in terms of hardware I still swear on the HX3 from keyboardpartners - but B5 is damned close). I use Blue3 mainly for all the hammond-sounds that never have been created by using a real hammond (f.e. the “famous hammond-sound” on Davy`s on the road again, which neither was produced nor played live on a Hammond afaik).
Thanks for hinting me to Seventh Heaven, @dave_dore. Got me this little gem during latest sales period for 43€. I really like the responses taken from Briscanti M7. Even though they are static in comparison to the real thing (it still is a convolver), they sound really diffuse and organic. But what finally convinced me was the human interface: one central dial makes available all sorts of standard reverbs without fiddling around with a gazillion of parameters – great (at least for me).
A plug I shot a while ago but never used so far: KLC M1. During last weekend I “rediscovered” this bread and butter machine when I was looking for some flute sounds in my “high end libraries” without success. Just before giving up I gave M1 a chance and – voila – 100 points! So I have to say: maybe one of the most underestimated plugins and even though several years old a very good sound source (and not only for bread and butter).