I'm thinking about getting a professional keyboard soon and could use some help deciding what to get... Ideally I'd like 88 keys with a really great piano sound and a good diverse set of other sounds. If it had built in sampling capabilities - or some way of expanding the sound library that would be great too. Built in sequencing/audio recording capabilities aren't that important to me - as I'll be using it with a Mac to do that part. I'd like to stick to something around $1500 or less. I really like the Roland Juno-G, but it's only 61 keys. I'd probably jump on it if they had an 88 key version. The Roland Fantom-X8 seems awesome - but I don't want to spend that much money. I was tempted by the Alesis Fusion 8HD because the price is so cheap now for what you get - but it seems they are either out of business or going out of business? So, if something went wrong with the keyboard I think customer support would be an issue. Also, from what I've heard so far I don't think the sounds are as good as the Roland. What other keyboards should I consider? Would I be okay with just a 61 key model?