iSymphonic does have some nice sounds but the trouble is, they are fragmented and divided among an awful lot of patches, some of which even combine different instruments. There is not one single patch for each instrument comprising all playing techniques. F.ex. there’s a patch for slow strings, one for faster strings, one for pizzicato strings, one for sordino strings etc. If only the developer could be persuaded to combine relevant patches into keyswitch patches, they would have an instant sales success.
There’s also Miroslav Philharmonic which, judging from the demo, sounds great, but unfortunately it’s host Sampletank is not AU enabled.
And of course there is Colossus Piano with some nice piano sounds.
In conclusion I have find Beathawk to be a very mixed bag and I haven’t bought many of the sound packs yet. Judging from the demo, the strings could have potential. And the perhaps the woodwinds. The Classical Percussion, which I’ve bought, does sound good, but because of the way Beathawk works which, to me at least, is rather confusing, I don’t know how well it would work in Dorico. I suppose I ought to give it a try.