Sorry to be dense -- I do not usually evaluate pianos through visual cues.
Is the problem that your hands bump into the lid and music rack?
Yes: and get jammed on the falboard whenever I need to swing my hand. If the thumb is on a black key... The back of the middle finger scrapes against the edge of the lid, which is sharp, while the tip bangs against the fallboard. Lifting the hand to jump (cross hands movement) usually results in the rack's being hit and the score falling. This I have solved by closing the rack and placing the scores on a lectern which rests on the top of the lid.
Hitting a black note is a nightmare, as the mind insticltively retracts the finger from the danger zone, resulting in a note being stuck on the front edge and the finger skidding, hitting an adjacent key.
Add to this that dynamics can only be obtained by sheer force you will appreciate why I have been such a bad pianist!
The resuit of all this: that only simple and slow can be played with any success. If you look at my recordings, that is just what is there.