QuoteWe can look at a terrain that has been created by nature and classify the various sections of it in many different ways, both on a very broad and very specific scale.
However, although some classifications are quite geologically based (ie, mountains made via uplift versus volcanism), others are merely our attempt to better describe what in nature is a fluid continuum. Thus, it really isn't possible to model them in isolation and expect the results to mesh together in any easy way.
QuoteI certainly have some ideas that help solve the blending problem quite a bit, and I'm currently doing a bit of R&D on a couple of them. If they work out, awesome, the new devices will probably make their way into Pro. If not, then they don't work. We'll see. But even then all it does is blend between different characteristic land types better: there's still no overarching method to the madness.