I use it for a year and a half. I played on acoustic pianos, digital also, with the Roland RD600 that I appreciated also. It appears with this piano, which I'' ve tasted better: a touch worthy of instruments that gauge in stores without actually touching imagine one day, sounds on top, regardless of the collections: excellent pianos - the big concert No. 1 is, in my opinion, royal - electric pianos worthy of the name, including the effects - I feels the Supertramp - ropes radiating tinkling of brass with a bang.
The sounds are editable. They are also "stackable" so Korg combinations in setup and thus provide possibilities tenfold.
Finally, the keyboard can control modules easily twelve o'clock. It became the centerpiece of my home studio.
Therefore recommend. Touch, to use criticism in relation to previous MP8, is not so good: he remains faithful to the philosophy behind, it seems, to the design of this product range, namely, a pure sensation and touch the keyboard to provide endless recriminations opposed to digital instruments. It is therefore now a done deal.
The only element of blame will lie in the phenomenon, however understandable its weight. This is so. Excellence requires forces to be transported. So I hailed arms that lend themselves willingly.