Hello Quite a surprising and random buy for my family and me but, my parents just purchased a Storey (Story?) and Clark Walnut grand piano from the year 1935 for $700. I'm to pay them before it becomes mine, but I'm going to work at it. We'll keep our Kimball, so I'll have three keybaords at home. I'm quite excited about the piano. I'm working more, so that should come faster. While it is old, I've heard that old is sometimes better and when it's that kind of a deal, who could refuse? It has ivory tusk keys, so that should be something kind of valuable. It is in mostly good condition and I'm excited to hear what it sounds like when it is tuned. I can't wait to post the first recording. My supervisor at work wants to get an ensemble going with the other faculty which should be fun. I wondered what you all thought of the Storey and Clark pianos. I also wondered something else my brother pointed out. Seems he's noticed a clicking of the sound on the grand pianos that doesn't happen on our Kimball which is why he likes the Kimball very well. So I was just curious if you knew anything about it. I also wonder about refinishing the piano to make it look new. Is that a good or bad idea on an antique piano? I'm pretty excited to have a decent grand piano for the price. I hope, when it's tuned, that you'll agree as well. Thanks for the input in advanced.