Don't like posting on here but ALL these sample libraries sound AWFUL and should be avoided like the plague, when I say awful, I don't mean in solo'd out clips of drums, in that context they're always flattering like that attractive girl at the bar who after bringing home you learn has an attachment style that can only be described by muted grunting from your chair to which to you're bound. Try bringing these up in a mix and you will (or should) immediately hear something horrifically gross and utterly repulsive to the point of vomitting. NOBODY WORTH THEIR NUTSACK USES THESE. If you disagree, that's fine, I'm not Joey Sturgis, CLA or Steven Slate. I have owned sample library after sample library, I do know some very talented people who make them SING but for what it's worth, I'll take a hardhitting (read: Rimshot, not pussy hard center hits) drummer who can stay on the click and ANY kit over triggers and Slate, Drums from Hell, BFD or whatever goofy ass software app.
This is NOT to insult Joey Sturgis at all, he is a great talent. His new clipper and vocal compression plugins are great sounding but the whole line 6 pod farm, sturgis/slate samples, compress it until it's white noise thing is gonna be fucking DEAD in a year, or at least I can hope. I'm by no means a purist and use samples all the time but NEVER something stock, if you must sample for whatever reason be it bleed, dynamics, a goofed hit or to fix a bad hitter (never fun) take a couple of clean hits of each drum in tracking and make your own samples so the kit still feels cohesive.
PS) A huge part of Joey Sturgis's sound comes from Clipping his drum bus with a free plugin called Gclip, don't believe me? From the man himself, along with a massive thread about his techniques. Enjoy. http://www.gearslutz.com/board/5373745-post46.html