I bought my new T118 2 weeks ago and while generally very pleased with it I did not like the music rack at all.
1. It’s not flat so you can’t write notes on music sheets
2. There is a slot between the hinges and single music sheets can slip through
3. it’s a little short (I am spoiled by the full length rack on my Baldwin Hamilton)
4. the key cover is part of the rack so all the music, pencil, metronome etc has to be removed to close the cover.
5. it’s very heavy to remove for tuning since the key cover, music stand and front panel are all connected.
I mentioned this to the piano store technician I called about another little problem and he said several of his customers used an Adapt-a-Stand.
I checked into it and while I guess I’ll learn to live with the last 2 points the Adapt-A-Stand I bought from Pianoman Products (Adapt-a-stand.com) fixes the first 3 points. Here’s a pic of it on my piano: My T118 with Adapt-A-Stand
I mentioned to Ken (the Pianoman guy) that I was worried that it might scratch my piano and he included some felt pads that I stuck on the top where it contacts my front panel. The stand already has felt pads where it rests on the music rack.
The stand is made from light weight formed plastic and is very easy to remove if desired.