The MIDI Fighter Twister (MFT) has 16 physical encoders, but three banks, giving you a total of 64 possible encoders.
I’ve noticed that when I switch banks, with most plugins a mapped knob will move to the MIN - 0 position when I switch to another bank on the MFT. When I switch back to the bank controlling the knob, the knob will jump to the MAX - 127 value. This is highly undesirable behavior. It pretty much limits you to using only one bank, or all your mapped settings go wonky when you switch banks.
I have noticed one plugin that does not exhibit this behavior: Alright Devices Chronoblob. With it, a mapped knob retains its value if I switch to another bank and back on the MFT. Maybe this is a bug in Chronoblobs implementation of MIDI Mapping, but if it is, it’s the RIGHT KIND OF BUG. I wish all plugins behaved this way.