If that is the case maybe I will wait before purchasing. See what the next version of Lightwave has before I buy chronosculpt. I am also finding this is amazing software but not completely necessary for what I do but it does save me time on certain things like dynamics.
ChronoSculpt does do a bang up job now however for fixing things and creating some interesting effects by hand. My original point was to point out the fact that it would be far more useful if there were more deformers available in CS such as joints, constraints and field weighting and weight maps. Granted one must keep poly counts and LODs manageable when dealing with with complex setups.