I read the reviews of so many different digital pianos and keyboards, and this one was just so well reviewed that for the price, I decided it was the best choice.
First the good: assembly is super easy, and the build of the piano is quite good. It's sturdy, appears to be pretty high quality and once it is all put together it really does look beautiful. The keys play so nicely and it really feels like you're playing a real piano. The keys even make that heavy hammer sound that a real piano makes when hitting the keys. The instruction manual is clear and concise and that makes getting familiar with the feature easy. Some of the features are really useful! The metronome can be programmed by one beat per minute all the way up to 220 bpm (I think), so you can make sure the metronome is at exactly the rhythm you like.
So, all in all, it's lovely to look at, and feels very nice to play!
Now, the cons: The thing I'm most disappointed about to be honest is the sound quality. Perhaps I'm asking too much for this price, but I'm not really sure that I am. The piano just doesn't sound that great. It's okay, and I'm still enjoying playing, and it doesn't take away from the overall enjoyment, but I really hoped it would sound better. There's a very small, but audible high pitch frequency as the notes fade out, and there's audible noise (that sort of hissy, airy sound you get when you turn a microphone way up) when the notes are played. Overall it's a bit tinny, and I feel like when you play a chord, you get audible sound waves, like what you get on a guitar when a chord is played and strings are slightly out of tune.
I had hoped that it would sounds better when I used headphones, but to be honest, it sounds exactly the same, even when using very expensive, high quality headphones.
The 16 voices, in my opinion, are really not worth using. None of them sound particularly good or convincing, which is also fine because a real piano only has one voice: a piano :)
Again, the sound quality isn't horrible, it just isn't better than good. I think for the price, you might find something that SOUNDS better, even if you won't find something that looks better.
In the end, I've decided to keep the piano, as it's my first, and I feel its adequate to learn on, but if you really want excellent sound, I'd recommend buying a different piano or keyboard, as the sound here does really leave something to be desired.