I sold my MC2000 dj a few years ago but since no one has given notice for this great master keyboard, I'll do a little rdaction of this oversight!
The MC2000 has the BEST t master keyboard that I tried (I had a MK2 ROLAND, A90, A70, Korg Triton Le 76, CLAVIA NORD STAGE 88). Yes, the TritonLE is not a master keyboard but he functions pretty close ...
88-key piano imitation (imitating badly indeed, between the piano and organ, but rsultat a "road" I think), beautiful color, well finished by making an electric that brinballe little.
8 part multitimbral simultanmnt controls. Keyboard not too heavy (about 20 kg of memory) and not too bulky (bender and modulation wheel set above the keyboard and not in its extension). Of memory: Midi 2 IN 3 OUT 1 THROUGH.
Super simple setup, menus empty. A beast in PM: ALL parameter is for each program (there is no global rglages that applies all programs such as the action of the pedals HOLD, you can change to each program!).
I used two years before moving on A70 (lighter but less complete), then a Roland RS9 (!) And now a Clavia Nord Stage 88. This is a keyboard that I really apprci and MRIT to be better known, and in addition, he has a face! You can still find today but is now under the brand Viscount.
If you need a master keyboard 88 keys with no internal sounds, you can not beat that price (especially used) from the time you do not need 40 knobs to control (there is the bend , type 2 modulation wheels, 4 dashes (5th in the photo is for the internal sound card optional), and aftertouch).