I hope Presonus reconsiders. I'll express my concern... If you convert audio to midi for drums, I always zoom in very close and tab to the next transient (in this case, midi notes) to see if they all lined up. If they haven't, I move the midi note. The problem is that if I edit a midi note (sometimes half are slightly off), the autoscroll turns off and then tabbing to the next midi note will not have the screen follow. You then have to either click the autoscroll back on, or use a key command, but mouse clicking it back on or using a key command is redundant, especially if you already have key commands being used up in all of the convenient locations as to not have to move your hands from the keyboard.
In Pro Tools with Massey DRT, I can spot out all of the midi notes in minutes. In Studio One, it takes much longer because of all of the extra clicking/key commands. Would love it if it was a permanent on off function, as it's unintuitive to have this happen automatically, for any reason really. Please consider. :)
On a side note, just have the edit or midi window follow the cursor automatically if you keep tabbing over. That would be even simpler. Have autoscroll in it's off position be overridden by moving your cursor with key commands. Otherwise, playback doesn't move it. Way more intuitive. :)