Modartt site offers many tools that can simulate Pianoteq via a small fee (49 euros).
You would think the add-ons a little gadget but it is not so, the sounds are certainly less complex to simulate than the piano but done with a real serious and you end up with virtual instruments entirely credible and, like the piano, many settings that affect how they sound.
I3 PC with 3GB of ram and a low-end DD. With my trusty Reaper no problems, no cracks or bugs.
Ahhh ... the Rhodes it's always with some trepidation that I try the software / keyboards supposed to reproduce the sound of this instrument.
At the touch one quickly realizes that the main ingredients are there, crystal clear high notes, the slight saturation of the sound that goes along with high velocities.
Overall I am satisfied, it still lacks a je ne sais quoi to make it completely believable in the leads, he does better as an accompaniment and it's a shame when you see how the software s' comes out to simulate the acoustic piano.