Excerpt: I have the Piano in white, great size for a smaller room, sleek, and sounds great. The volume doesn't get very loud but I use it only for practice so that isn't a problem as I have headphones plugged inmost of the time.
Summary: I'm really impressed with this piano. The sample from the CFIIIS concert grand has a truly rich and powerful sound. I was about to choose a casio DP because of its price, but after I saw several youtube videos, the p105 really convenced me, and now that I have it, more than ever I feel like I made the right choise.
Pros: Brilliant Tone, Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action
Excerpt: I am taking lessons on a piano and I was using a friend's Yamaha DGX200. Which is a great sounding keyboard with 76 keys but it doesn't have the weighted keys to give you the feel of a piano. I decided on the P-105B with the 88 keys. The sounds is wonderful. You think you had a Baby Grand in the house. The weighted keys do give you the feel of piano keys. Ordered from Adorama and to my amazement got it in 24 hours.