Not bad, but not geared towards pop/rock
This piano is a good one to have in the arsenal. But for the genre's I mostly produce (pop, rock, country, indie) its not the best option. This has a very classical, jazz, soloist feel to it. It won't cut through the mix well, and it really doesn't have that in your face deepness yamaha's are well known for. The close mic positions have nearly no low end, they tailored this so the low end is all in the room mics. Again, great for classical or jazz when you need the ambience to be the center of attention. but opposite of modern productions. I was really kind of hoping that with 122gigs of sampling they would've made a little more effort for the modern styles. In contrast, I've had much better luck with AcousticSamples' C7, at weighs in at a tiny 4gigs (thanks to lossless compression).
I feel like this would be really well suited to cinematic duties due to its excellent ambient quality, would be good for when you need a piano to be present but not distracting. So if that's your gig I think you'll like this. And if you're into jazz but are totally sick of all the Steinway American D libraries out there, and want something a little brighter in tone, I think this is the library for you. But for everything else I think you'd be wise to skip this one unfortunately. You wont get a ton of use out of it, its sort of the opposite of "intimate". I think they went overboard with the fact that this was done in Abbey Road. Being its biggest selling point, its also its biggest weakness. I won't really dive into playability because the library is nearly too large to consider for live tracking, certainly when uncompressed. But its fairly easy to dial in your ideal velocity, so its not a big deal to match the dynamics of a different VI.