Roland have three big new products at NAMM. This is the Juno G, which is a nondescript sample playback keyboard (albeit with a built in 4-track audio recorder and a USB port). I'm sure it's a good keyboard if you like that sort of thing. Bafflingly, Roland have chosen to dress it up to look like a Juno 6/60/106 keyboard from the early '80s, apparently trying to make it appeal to the kind of people who read Music Thing. Who would - in the main - hate this kind of keyboard. In a similar vein, they've launched the MC-808, a groovebox with motorised faders, and the abomindable looking SH-201, a hideous combination of black plastic, awful typography, and silver knobs. Yes, it might sound wonderful, I have no idea. I just wouldn't want it in my house.