Andreas - Kawai builds Boston pianos, which is a brand of pianos designed by Steinway whose purpose is to offer a line of 'mid-priced' pianos for the customer who is not quite ready for a Steinway. So...no surprise that you find the Kawai piano to be reliable. That's interesting to me.
This information is interesting for me. I have got a Kawai, GS 60, when I was 15 years old and I sold it two three years ago or so. So, I have played nearly for 20 years on this Kawai. Yes, they are reliable, have a good sound, and they are very stable and resilient.
About those numbers of articles posted: Look on the bottom of the Forum index page. There you will see "Our users have posted a total of 30057 articles". And along with every member's user name, you can see how many posts he or she has made.
Ah, now I´m astuter. I have never payed attention to this somehow. The number of posting of the single members I still had seen before. Thank you.
I was in the Frankfort airport, but that's it. Had to catch a connecting flight to Berlin (and then the airline lost our luggage.
) (Got it back the next day.
So, this wasn´t quite a long and intensive stay. If you´ll be here again you should get off the plain and visit me.