Summary: So I'm only using this midi keyboard for Finale. Aside from that it's not worth the money for an actual "performance" keyboard, the reaction is somewhat slow. Again, I'm running on Vista, I'm sure that if you have a better computer with a faster processor it'll run smoother. Either way, despite all the conflicts previous vista users have had with this product, I found no problem.
Summary: Bought the product and this was the first time id ever made a purchase on amazon the delivery service was spot on and nice and early but i set up the keyboard and there were an octave of keys that wouldnt make any sound so had to return the keyboard asap for a refund, apart from that good service but shame about the product!
Summary: Its a common situation with keyboards and pianos - there is nothing like first hand experience before making purchase. This is partly the problem when you're encouraged into the sale of, what at first seems like, a very good valued interface that on some editions (though Amazon doesn't say) even bundles a copy of Ableton Live 6 Lite - an incredibly competent release of the big daddy 'Ableton Live'.
Summary: The Keyrig 49 is good little keyboard. It looks great and plays well for the money. Its a soultion for a basic MIDI keyboard setup and gives you an ideal tool to input notes using MIDI. Its probably not however ideal for a serious keyboard player/pianist that requires more weighted keys and a more professional feel to it. But a good keyboard none the less.