In the series of Viscount Vivace is the model that is in balance in terms of price, games and opportunities. Perennials have more for each model a bank of alternative games, in this case, the Vivace 40 has 110 games (counting the 31 games already available.)
2 manuals of 61 notes and a pedal 30 notes is the ideal home. Well obviously the MIDI in and 1 out 2 added to an expander if the number of games not enough for you, the organ that has three sets of 32 feet in this alternative bank.
I just would note that the games despite the many possible aesthetic are too similar, and when most games have had changed, it is better to buy keys games with different names, and that, that is not included in the price.
Touch is semi-weighted keyboards are interchangeable, have little to put the organ on the second keyboard, the story on the first and vice versa. The manual is very well written and well translated.
I always trust viscount, you just play the entire directory, the alternative bank has repeatedly played the same games with sound differance, well, we can very well be playing Couperin, Bach, Messiaen, and the speakers in organ are of very good quality and sound through headphones is correct (an impedance of 16 Ω is required in the manual.)
In addition, the volume of each game can be modified to have desired.
Viscount made very good instruments and certainly does not stop in so good way!
The vivacious 40 represents a good compromise between the low and high end.
I just want to emphasize that you must avoid the deluxe versions, it offers nothing functional, it's just the organ that is in a wooden cabinet, more expensive version than enough vinyl veneer, but c is up to you.