I thought I'd post this here, under "Technique" because I'm not sure where to ask the following question. I am in the market for a great "feeling" keyboard, and love the action of the Crumar Mojo 61 because of the nature of the Hammond which is my "bag" but also love the Rhodes action, but they are brutal if not re worked as they were never really great right from the original factory.\n\nVintage Vibe makes brand new tine pianos which are known as perfect examples of a real tine piano, and until I lay my hands on one I may never know what I'm missing out on. The investment is huge, but a "real" instrument may be the motivating factor which makes the purchase a wise one. I would appreciate comments on passion for playing true and real instruments over digital reproductions and keybeds which mimic the real thing. Exactly how much more rewarding actually is it to play the real thing at last?