Just like the real thing
Decades ago I worked extensively with the Moog Modular V real hardware synth. I created scores, which back in the 1970's were called "New Music" (not to be confused with the genre of New wave, etc..
New Music was the method to create scores for synth performance in front of an audience where you could give your score (i.e.: patch cable assignments, dial settings, etc.) to someone else and they could perform your synth composition. I purchased this collection awhile ago, and took out one of my compositions and setup the Moog Modular V with the same settings as I did over 30 years ago. Wow, it was the same sounds.
This is as close as I could get to a real Moog V; I have looked and to get a hardware based one (if you could find it), would be 20-40 grand. I have been using the Arturia V Collection now since it was created and love it. It works great as a plugin to Motu Digital performer as well as standalone. When they release Collection 3 - I will upgrade.