yeah yall right I'd say. The synthe market is about as soft as the Pillsbury dough boy these days (nevermind, it's an American thing, it's biscuit dough) The price of Super JV 10 & 2080's are down low right now. I got a Juno-106 I can cut loose with for street if you wannit. Sounds like you're about ready for one if you've never owned one. Lots of keyboardists have owned one at one time or another. Current street tries to get 4 bills but usually goes for somewhere between 200-400. The U-220 does have a better piano sound than the Juno-106 though cawse that's what the U was made for mostly, piano (if I remember correctly). The Juno has sweet strings though although it's not a rack unit. Quite frankly, LOL If I were you, I don't know what the hell I'd do! There's a hell of a lot to choose from. Maybe I'd stick a GK2a on the axe and see what synthe will swallow the pitch tracking the best. That ought to be fun and quite creative for you. I'd sway to the 2080 if you can pick one up cheap, hopefully someone will want to oust one to you full of expansion cards. What's the genre BTW?
edit: here's a super jv 1080 http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2568764313&category=38071
there ya go 10 hrs left and it's only at $285.00...that's smokinly cheeeeeep! (so far)
[This message has been edited by Morphamatik (edited 11-04-2003).]