Summary: I use this keyboard for my church's traveling music ministry. I am very impressed with its authentic sound and feel, and appreciate its portability. It has some great voicing options that are not overly complex and allows for easy transitions. The only thing that I wish was different is that I cannot play the music from my iPod through the piano speakers, which would allow me to practice along with the music while wearing my headphones in the wee hours of the night...
Pros: Easy to Use, Portable, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: I have a Kimball Baby Grand in Seattle and used a 20 year old Yamaha 61 key piano when wintering in Arizona. This P-155B is very much like my grand in touch and sound. The sustain peddle stays "put" and feels like the grand peddle. I'm Happy!
Pros: Like The Peddle, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: Great piano sound. Needs more EP sounds. Strings are ok, but a separate internal volume and tone setup is needed for each instrument. Continually changing the volume in a dark place is difficult with a rotary knob. The ability to turn off the internal speakers would be nice. However, I wanted a dedicated piano (I have another KB for other sounds), so I am very satisfied with this one.
Pros: Easy to Use, Portable, Pre-programmed music, Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys
Summary: I am very happy with this piano. This model was on my short list after doing my on line research. I then compared it to everything else in the store. It easily beat out all the less expensive digital pianos, both in sound quality and keyboard action. More impressive, however, was that this piano easily held its own when comparing it to the more expensive models. The sound quality was comparable, and in some cases better than the more expensive models.
Pros: Realistic Sound, Responsive / Good Action, Touch Sensitive Keys