Summary: I've owned two Yamaha flutes since I started playing, one was a student model, and the one I currently have is a professional model. I have never had any complaints about either one of them. They are great low to middle price range instruments.
Pros: It's very easy to play, hasn't given me any mechanical problems in 7 years
Summary: OveraLL This riding mower is outstanding ! In five years of usage, it has never failed me ! I mow a yard that is over 2 1/3 acres in size. Granted I live in Maine so the season is only 5 months, but i have used this machine for many other lawn activities. Which includes (though maybe not recomanded) hauling the 2-3 cords of wood I cut each year on my land. I cut it and then haul it out with the mowing deck removed ! I love it and would buy another when the time comes !!
Pros: dependablity, always works, just yearly matinence required.
Cons: Cold blooded, Starts harder in colder weather
Summary: I've tried Ventura, Gibson, and others that I can't recall but my choice is the jumbo roynd hole Yamaha country and western guitar with steel strings. Easy to fret, Nice body and neck. Light weight and it resonates beautifully.. An eye catching finish and the bridge and nut match good for that perfect string-to-fretboard height. It's an excellent guitar but it's mid range priced.
Pros: It's very good to the fingers...Good neck. The jumbo size resonates great.
Summary: I love my Yamaha souround sound system. It sounds great and was reasonably priced at around $500. It came with everything you need to set up your home theatre, 4 souround speakers, 1 center speaker, and a powered sub. It was Yamaha's lower priced system, so I suggest to spend the extra money and get the one with the S-video connections (It will reduce the amount of remotes needed to watch a movie).
Pros: could use a better subwoofer, and no S-video connections.
Cons: could use a better subwoofer, and no S-video connections.