Hi James i brought it at Sheargold in Cobham,they were one of the few shops that had the model in stock..They did a price match against pro audio store in Denmark street..Shears have 2 dark versions in store i brought a cherry..
I played it a bit last night..It seems louder and more fuller sound compared to the Roland's even so the speakers were the same 2x7 watts,very stable sound even at max...Its wonderful for my small room..
It as very basic features which suits me,i just want to play the piano..
features here > http://www.kawai.de/cl25_en.htm
One feature seems odd called concert magic,you press any key at different speeds to play a song..
As far as i can tell it resets to default settings when turned off,not a problem for me as i prefer the default, but could get annoying if you want to set the keys to different velocity (of which theres 3)..
I love the sound of the grand personally, it seems to sound closer to an acoustic piano then the Roland i had..
In fact for me its perfect except the keys thumping sound (it bugs me more then most!)..That its on the up stroke is easier to control..
Overall i'm very happy,its a great simple compact piano and looks wonderful *..I paid £550 new and thats £300 less then i paid for the Roland F50 a year ago,on a model that as the same key action Advanced Hammer Action 4-E with AR technology,thats on the CN models i'm happy!!
* It looks far nicer in the flesh,the cherry is much fuller more wood like then the web shots