Ironically, Yamaha designed the thing as a sort of "concept piano." They were going to build a few of them to tour the country for people to ooh and ahh over. They showed them off at a trade show, and 12 dealers ordered the thing. That means that at twelve separate locations in the country, there are people who would pay $333,000 for a computerized piano. Just kick back and think about that for a second. Unless, of course, you're one of those people, in which case you should send me a couple hundred grand before kicking back; it's not like you can't afford it.