The instruments comes in a sturdy and good looking plywood case, which really helps to keep the instrument in good condition. The general quality of the instrument itself is not the best on the other hand. Everything is working correctly, but the finish is just lazy. Metal keys are painted a bit lazy and you can see unfinished spots here and there, especialy on black keys. Also the wooden blocks, on which the metal plates are placed, are pretty rough, not planed or lacquered and full of splinters. Sound quality is ok otherwise, but not perfect. You can always hear a knocking sound together with the tone of the keys, but thats just how the construction is made, probably a bit more of cushioning under the metal keys could help reduce the effect somewhat. The first three metal keys (starting with G) from the left is buzzing against the upper black plates if you strike the keys harder. Its because the gap between the white and black keys are a bit too small and white keys jump a bit as you strike them, making them touch the black keys.
I'm still going to keep mine, because it is a handy instrument for recordings and sound effects, as well as general playing and Christmas parties (?). If you invest a bit of your time in it, and made some adjustements here and there, maybe work with a small planter or a piece of sandpaper on the edges, you probably end up with a decent instrument.