Thanks guys, I really appreciate the kind words! I have to say that the old adage "necessity is the mother of invention" applies here. Going way back I shlepped a Rhodes, Yamaha CP70, Oberheim OBXa, DX7, etc. When I started doing weddings full-time in the NYC area I had to get a lighter setup; you can't pull up to a hotel service entrance on the upper east side of Manhattan and leave your car double-parked while making two trips through garbage-strewn basements, kitchens, and service elevators. The first synth action keyboard I used as a primary board for gigs was an original DX7 (midied to a Roland MKS20 module), then I moved to a Roland XP50 which had a ridiculously light and mushy action. My current Roland feels "weighted" compared to that one!
These days I don't do weddings but I'm hooked on stereo, so I must have two speakers. Since I still like being a one-trip guy, sticking with my 10 lb. 61-note board is a necessity but I'm really not bothered by that at all. It's my "normal." I've gotten pretty good at "playing" the octave transpose keys!
PianoMan51, the sounds are very old - Native Instruments pianos (the acoustic piano is the New York Piano, a Steinway that was originally released as part of their "Akoustik Piano" plugin almost 20 years ago!). I'm pretty sure the Rhodes is an old Scarbee that was sold by NI (can't remember exactly, it's been a very long time!).