Summary: Which stage piano is best? Having used the M Audio Ozonic keyboard for a while, I thought I deserved to upgrade to a full-size stage piano. This has an excellent hammer-action piano action - unbelievable for the price. This model differs from the previous M Audio Keystation 88 in that it now has a range of high-quality built in sounds including excellent piano samples. In other words, this can be used as a standalone instrument - just plug it into an amp and away you go.
Pros: Cheap . Very easy to use . High quality on - board sounds
Cons: Heavy . Keys are plastic not wood, but so what .
Summary: For the price, this is a nicely weighted, good-feeling keyboard. I'm very happy with the value for money. For the price, I don't think you'd do much better if it's a piano-weighted MIDI keyboard you're after - with a pretty good piano sound programmed into it. I think my reservation is that it looks a bit - well, plastic. I wish I could turn the LED off too when it's pointless to have it on.