Since I got my first Profiler 6 years ago, I had been wondering why a USB pendrive needs to be formatted in the outdated FAT32 file system (as opposed to the ubiquitous exFAT). Finally, today I learned why it's not a flaw but a welcome feature.
I'm a happy owner of an RME UFX+ audio interface which sports a nice feature called DuRec … direct recording to a connected USB pendrive or SSD. Although it's a pretty new device, it still requires FAT32 but it's unable to format a connected device. Since Windows doesn't have builtin support for FAT32 formatting anymore, I appreciate to have the Profiler being able to execute this "difficult" task … and saves me from installing 3rd party software just for FAT32 formatting.
So, if I ever stop playing and/or recording guitar, here's the reason not to sell my Kemper