At the exact opposite end of the scale from the tiny, chic, MacMini is the UF Omnipotent Master Keyboard (good name!), a new range of keyboards from Chinese manufacturer CME Professional. They're great value - 46 semi-weighted keys with aftertouch for $199, up to 88 fully-weighted keys for $549, all in a metal shell with plenty of controllers, including proper sequencer transport controls. A few mysteries remain after reading the slightly vague Product Page: In all the pictures, there's what looks like the outline of a querty keyboard to the right of the control panel (you might have to tilt your LCD to see it) - but it's not mentioned anywhere. A built in querty keyboard would be very Fairlight, wouldn't it? Also, the red & black colour scheme is a bit '90s Roland, but there's one picture with a much nicer off-white colour, with reversed black/white keyboard and wooden end panels. NICE!