ALLROIGHT!!! I fixed it,the deal was,after endless,other attempts,I then went back into "regedit"and found,a listing called "Excluded Plugins",one of them being.....you guessed it Kramer Tape Stereo!!
So I went and deleted it,opened X1,scanned,opened a project,and now had the 4 listings that show up for ALL Waves plugs in Sonar X1d[new deal-to show which are REALLY 32 bit]-Stereo/Mono with a"(0)"next to tthose 2-meaning 32 bit,and Stereo/Mono,with nothing next to it-meaning 64 bit.
This is weird,as I NEVER excluded this plugin,and also did NOT,when I demoed it,and also it DID NOT show as "excluded",in X1's Plugin Manager GUI,in the program,so if Yishai K from Waves hadn't got me to look in the registry,I never would have gone back[even though his idea didn't work,it got me thinking]and found the trouble.
It turns out,that Waves,have to have somebody in the office to send serial numbers,which is why it took 5 hours to get mine,whereas cakewalk's operation is all automated-I'm guessing?
Anyway,all cool,and yes the slap/delay on the Kramer Tape is certainly worth the entrance fee,for sure.