Keyboard 61 keys
Year Made 2009
Original List Price $ 798 can
Polyphony 128
Mulitimberal 16
Tones & Patches 1338 tones 
Type of Synthesis Digital Synthesis
Effects Chorus, Reverb, Multi-Effect
Sequencer or Arpeggio SMF or WAV song player
Drum Sets 29
MIDI Channel 1-16 programmable
Outputs 2 - Out L & R
Backup USB (computer), sysex
Options Hold pedal, Microphone

My Comments
Wow! I've only had this for a couple of days and I haven't even scratched the surface of what it can do. What I hear is pretty cool but I will have to try the editor and the vocoder before I feel I can really review this keyboard. I do miss aftertouch on the keys and they seem just a bit shorter than the regular ones. I also can't wait to try out the song player functions. Having only the MIDI out and no THRU will make using my Bluetooth MIDI device a pain, but I really do see more good than bad here. I just need more time to check it out.

Really like alot of the sounds, but the keys kinda suck. They are shorter and smaller than all of the other keys on my other keyboards. It is hard to get any true dynamics out of these keys, sounds are either quiet or loud. It's frustrating having such an amazing sound set and such a terrible interface to play them on. I have had a chance to play with the USB slot and unfortunately I don't think I will be able to use it for much. Still haven't gotten a mic to test the vocoder yet. The MIDI doesn't work with the iPad very well, that is a huge minus. I used the editor a bit to get a few sounds for the cover band, it looks like a person can get pretty deep into sound creating here. Again I just scratched the surface of the editor. Really happy I purchased this. I just wish the actual keyboard was more playable.
I rate it 
I bought it for 850$ c
I owned it from Sep 2018 - present
Current approx value 1000$ c
condition of my keyboard
cosmeticaly even though it is used it is almost perfect
2018: Although it will be travelling with the band, I am still trying to find a place to set it up in between gigs.