I had been researching for a Hammer weighted 88 key digital piano and was about ready to settle on a Casio Privia Pro PX-560 that sells for $1199 when I stumbled on the Roland Juno DS88, which had the additional feature of a Microphone input as well as a vocoder and vocal pitch control, which almost none of the 88 key digital pianos have. Do note this is a stage piano, very high quality. This item is listed on Musician's Friend website at $999, but they have a sale going on involving this item as well as others where you see "Celebrate Moogfest With Special Call & Save Pricing On This Item." So you have to call to get the skinny on the special price. I actually used the chat box to get the details and got the $799 price. You still have to call to order. I've bought several items from Musician's Friend and have gotten great service. If you should decide to order and are not already a customer be sure and sign up for Backstage Pass so you can earn points towards future purchases. Currently you get 8%, no cash value, only can be applied to future purchases after the 45 days it takes to show up in your account. I'm not even a piano player, but i wanted to learn on a 88 key keyboard that came close to simulating a real acoustic piano. And this keyboard has so many voices that some I will never use, but I'll have some fun exploring them. They list over 1200 voices, but I downloaded the user manual and there are over 2000. So if you were looking at purchasing a Yamaha DGX-660 or the previously mentioned Casio, forget it, this is truly a deal of a lifetime. Better than Black Friday. Their phone number is on the top of the page. I'm a very happy shopper. Forgot to mention that you can download additional voices at http://axial.roland.com/
or even create you own. You can check out a few videos about the DS88 on youtube.