The Dexibell classical sounds are amazing, especially the Trumpet and Violin solos. From the organ pipes to the orchestra, it sounds great. This is a classical organ with key size and feel to match. 3 divisions: Pedal (uses bass coupler unless you plug in a midi pedalboard), Man I and Man II. You can couple or split the manuals--even set the split point where you want. Presets are thumb pistons which are easy to change while playing. Very portable. 2 things keep this from being great. 1) The lack of an LCD screen causes you to have to do cryptic button presses to change features like touch. Even the instrument sounds require a cheat sheet. Playing backing tracks from the USB, you have to memorize a number from 1-99 for each song rather than pick names on the LCD like other digitals do. 2) The way the sustain works on the orchestra (pedal and Man I) could be better. The Man II orchestra cannot be sustained, so if you are layering a flute to play melody on top of piano, for example, the flute will be choppy when you lift your fingers. Also, the pedal orchestra will play the lowest key held down regardles of damper. If you are playing arpeggios and need to move your hand as you go, the pedal orchestra will follow you even if you hold the damper--no option to hold the lowest bass note with damper. It's a shame that you can't layer some of these sounds because of the limitations; Dexibell's T2L modeling sounds fantastic.