Fssst. You know what, screw it. Americans are not affected by Japanese law. (And that's actually correct)
Anyway, the UST is TRIPHONIC. And in ROMAJI. Since I like romaji triphones (that and my computer doesn't let me type or read triphones in UTAU, unless I use another computer).
The reason it's now triphonic and not diphonic is due to-
A.When diphonic, some words are supah-slurred out and hard to hear.
B. When diphonic, it is actually off-time. o_o I just did a test too.
- This doesn't mean you can't use it. Just convert it to diphones first and then go on from there.
Now, on the triphonic crap.
A. The triphones make it easier to hear syllables, as there's at least a .2 second pause in between each note. (presumably)
B. Even if slightly slurred when Kenji sings it (mainly on Sh's and f's), you can at the very least understand the vowel that comes after it.
C. Frankly, if you don't have triphones, the english is major fail, unless you're epic with otos.
This UST is NOT complete yet. (It's difficult)
However, I'm about 1/3 of the way through with the main melody.