Its first public showing is at the Wersi Summerfest that is on this weekend, (Don’t know where you got the June 1st from) so expect details to emerge sometime next week after the festival.
For those in the US the Bill Horn Dutchland Show http://www.billhornproductions.com/conventions.htm
starts on the 14th in Pennsylvania, and as Wersi are there, you will probably find that they will bring the Pegasus Wing with them.
As to the instrument itself, I hope that there are no legacy sounds or styles included (The biggest downer with OAS 7) so it can be fully up to date. (So long as legacy sounds and styles can be loaded, it shouldn’t upset any existing Wersi owners)
In addition it will probably come as standard with the OAA, (One of the most advanced arranger software out there) which means there is no excuse for bad styles, (Unlike the antiquated Style system of OAS 7) however if there are any styles that you don’t like, you should also be able to directly play Yamaha styles (Including Megavoice styles) which since its inception in 2007 has come on in leaps and bounds.
The site says up to €4000 so it may depend on the hardware you choose, however if we assume the marketing guys level of €3999 inc Tax it should give you a rough idea, and for comparison purposes I have used the German Google Product Search http://www.google.de/products
to compare prices using the same tax system.
Ketron Audya €4190
Korg PA2x €2999
Orla GT8000 €3950
Roland E80 €2599 (Roland have recently reduced their E series prices, so that the E80 now competes with PA800, Ketron SD5 levels)
Wersi Pegasus Wing €3999
Yamaha Tyros 3 €3849
Should be interesting
Fingers crossed that Wersi don’t cock this one up.