Yama P155 Piano
As a piano student I really wanted a B§sendorfer Imperial Grand but instead purchased the Yamaha P155. I find the P155 provides accurate touch,l and tone, and is much more portable and compact than the B§sendorfer. And costs about $170000 less.
The P155 features an 88-key fully polyphonic keyboard with multiple voice options - the organ is pretty cool.
The built-in speakers sound great - no need for external amp for home or study use.
The piano sports USB and recording features, and a metronome. I don't use these so can't comment on them other than to note they're there.
Oh, and a transpose feature giving a range of 128 notes - that's even more than the B§sendorfer and its cool extra 'black' octave.
Overall the P155 is a serious piano at a great price.