This instrument is fun to play: You have four rows of 24 keys each. Thus the spacing of semitones is pretty similar to the piano overlay. Each row is an octave apart from the next. Thus there are two positions for most notes, where at least one of them is close( r) to the horizontal middle of the pad, so you have space for chords or bends in both directions.
Vertical space is still sufficient to willingly play in the ballpark of a specific value (so the vertical CC is set to absolute).
When playing with two Morphs you can have the left hand on the left and the right hand on the right Morph, so they don’t interfere. In the attached mapping the upper two rows of the left Morph have the same pitch as the lower two rows of the right one, so you have some overlap that can be played from both hands (without having to move a hand to the “foreign” Morph). Even with this overlap you still have seven octaves with two Morphs (five with one Morph).
To play this as intended set the synth to +/- 12 semitones pitchbend range.
4x 2 octaves 12 R.senselmap (3.3 KB)
4x 2 octaves 12 L.senselmap (3.3 KB)
Edit: If two octaves is too dense for you you can also set the pitch bend width of the synth to +/- 8 or 9 semitones, then the distance is closer to what we have with a real piano. Then you have to adapt the image above for the innovator overlay accordingly. With the bigger distance the advantage that you have two positions for all notes (from which one is close to the middle) gets lost a little of course.