I have, and I think YOU too should, make a startup disk, I ran across 2 comments on youtube that say this is the best tip ever. One was that DXA guy, forgot his name, he says it on the video, and that legendary s950/mpc2000xl (superjail) video, the guy said he has done this also.
mine is like this:
Does what it sez on the disk. S
first 16 are for my main sample chops, next 4 are for anything else from the same record to sprinkle over the top, next 4 keygroups are for drums (yeah I like to keep it simple, kick, mini kick, snare, shaker/hihat) then the last keygroup for a bass tone.
aves me having to do those fiddly number pad '060' '060' - '061' '061' - '062' '062' - '063' '063' ALL the time. You only have to do it once. Took forever doing that disk but it's SO worth it, then after make sure you flick the write-protect switch on the floppy.