Summary: I was a little worried with this purchase, not wanting to spend a good amount of money without playing it before-hand. I've played since I was 8 years old and haven't been able to purchase a piano in 10 years because my husband is active-duty military. We move a lot so a digital piano was nice, realizing I wouldn't have to pay the $150 a year to tune it, or worry about damaging it during a move.
Summary: We put the piano together very easily. The wood and build are very sturdy. We think it plays wonderfully and is just right. The weighted keys make it feel just like an acoustic piano. The lesson books and headphones that came with it are an added bonus! It also sounds superb!
Summary: I've been "preparing" for this purchase for over a year. Finally, pulled the trigger. Assembling the instrument I felt the high - the wood and the build are incredible. Looks and feels very expensive and solid. Then I plugged it in and played. And all the high was gone. Lower and higher notes sound great, but the mid-range octaves sound very thin and plasticy and unnatural. Have had it for two weeks.
Summary: For the price, this is a great value and I really like it for the most part. It has a great touch and it looks nice. My only (small) "compliant" is that I wish they used a bit more powerful speaker or better sound projecting system. When I listen to someone else playing or auto play, it sounds fine. For some reasons, when I sit in front of the piano to play, it does not sound as nice and I am not sure why.
Pros: great value feels good looks great sounds great with a headphone
Summary: I think I played 9000 pianos. By far the best bang for the buck. This feels sweet and sounds even better. Very happy with this purchase. It was more money than I wanted to spend but well worth every penny. Customer Support was a great surprise too when my 5 year old took it half way apart...they are actually in the US and they answered the phone live! Refreshing.