What year is this?
I agree with another poster here about rackmount operation, but with another twist to it that's much more important to me, and that's how little developers seem to be with their products these days.
The power supply (plug end) is that one that drives you mad when you use either a rack mounted power station/conditioner, or even a power strip. How anyone that is supposed to be a musician, can develop a product for a rack, without thinking of that really brings their credit down to me in a very large amount. I've bought Korg equipment for decades, but never a rack mounted device. I understand it needs the components in-line somewhere (anywhere) that these low voltage devices need, but you know what? They could put it in the middle, they could still put it on the end but make the end swivel or just come out rather than block 2 or 3 outlets. No one uses wall outlets anymore, other than plugging in their rack conditioner/ups or their power strip. Seriously, Korg? I'm so disgusted I'm most likely sending it back.
Other minor issue is it's all plastic. For the price, all plastic is fine by me, but it's shiny plastic, meaning the rack ends. To me, no big deal, but I only mention it because I've read rack complaints on such a thing. It does make my sweet rack look a little odd now, but I know only I notice it (hope anyway). Flat black is what most use so, again, why "dare to be different" when it goes against someone's overall rack, or functionality and operation. I just wonder if Korg's name has been used by someone that has no idea what racks are (the power supply issue) or if they really don't care that much?
Operation works great for a device of this price.