I have no idea on the pricing, sorry.
However, having a working Disklavier is a plus as opposed to the same model without one.
I believe Yamaha has come out with a replacement/upgrade for that unit. It would allow you to also play Disklavier CD's and connect to the web etc. As it stands now, that system and mine, can only play floppies. Check with Yamaha as to the exact upgrade model, and if it's possible to upgrade with that unit.
Well, if it can only play floppies, it's not very
useful these days, right? I'd have to check how much
it would be to upgrade, and factor that in. Or, since
I don't plan on using it, I guess I could just buy it,
and just pass it on to the next buyer as-is, and let them
do the upgrade, if they so wish.
Yes, Enrique Rosano has a great reputation in these
parts, so it's comforting to know he was the one working
on this piano. He last tuned it Sept. 2013.
And the piano plays great. Very little hammer wear for
a 16 year old piano, in my limited experience. And
no cracks at all in the newer soundboard.
A heavier key feel than the M&H I'm also considering, but
I'm not sure which one I prefer. The C2 is certainly
pricier at $10,000 asking price ($4,300 for M&H), but I think I can talk them down a bit.