Good sounds but definitely a low budget build
If you are looking for a high quality work station then keep looking (you get what you pay for), if you want good sounds, reasonably good user navigation, and a good price than this is for you. I have a Motif XS7 and picked up a Krome 73 as an inexpensive secondary board (a little redundant I know). Just set up the Krome and I did a few “first impression” comparisons between the Krome 73 and the Motif (76 key). The Krome has some nice features (touch screen, light weight, easy access) and the sounds, for the most part, are pretty good but it definitely has the feel of a low budget board. The On / Off switch feels like a toy and the key action is "springy" and a bit cheap feeling - the much higher build quality of the Motif is readily apparent. The Krome “sounds” are good but again I have to say the Motif sounds are superior. I know it is quite unfair to compare a Motif costing nearly 3 times that of the Krome but you should be aware that the Krome is not in the same league as high end boards. When you consider the price however, the Krome is very good value. You can produce a lot of sounds that are close to high end boards, apply a ton of layers and splits (more than a Motif!), and the learning curve for this board is a lot easier. In summary, definitely lower quality than a high end board but versatile, good sounds and a good value for the price.