I've had this keyboard about 3 months or so and I love the keyboard. When I selected my keyboard, I listened for not only the pianos but also electric pianos, strings and organs. I spent some time on youtube and anywhere else I could find information on the Artis. Along with this information I based my decision upon my experience with my K2600x. I loved that keyboard and knew I would like this as well. I tried some Yamahas and Roland keyboards (RD300 and RD800) and overall tended to not like the feel of the keyboards as much as I did my 2600x. Combined with the sound quality and feel of the keys (and budget), I felt the Artis met my needs. And it has met my needs. I use this keyboard in worship and it gives most of the sounds I need. I say most because my main gripe with the keyboard is I honestly wish it had more sounds. For the price I think there should be a lot more sounds on this board. That's my main complaint. The sounds are good and I'd buy this keyboard again. I just wish it had more sounds. Especially in terms of synths and pads. I can definitely change them up some with the sound editor but I do wish there were a few more sounds that came with the board from the factory.
The keyboard is easy to navigate, easy to operate and light to carry around. This is a great gigging keyboard. Anyone who purchases it, I think, will be pleased with their purchase.
Overall, this is a great keyboard from the feel of the keys to the piano, electric piano sounds, definitely the organs and strings, navigation, function, etc. I would definitely purchase this keyboard again and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is looking for an all around keyboard to use at home or while gigging.