Interesting. There are several VST's around with a close setting you might be interested in. The first the pops into mind is the imperfect samples Fazioli (if you like Fazioli). Also expensive (edit: actually I just checked and it's not as pricey as I remember), but a while ago there was kind of a fad here where some people really liked it. IIRC it has several different positions that were separately recorded.
FWIW I think Macy was just making sure you are filled in, not being argumentative. We often see people coming and asking for a consensus view, disregarding it, and then being disappointed with the resulting decision, and it makes us want to be real clear before the purchase is made.
Personally I'm all for you buying it and letting us know how it works out for you. Be sure to try the pianos everyone around here likes well in real life at some point so you can compare/contrast based on live playing.
Couple things. First, I took your advice and checked out some Imperfect Samples Fazioli, as well as some of the others. But more importantly, it brought me to a comparison on youtube between the Fazioli, Piano in Blue,and Alicia's Keys.
Second, I took more advice, re-evaluated my intention of purchasing Vienna, and listened and played Vienna Imperial and Ivory American D again. However, after listening to Alicia Keys these two seemed fairly thin sounding to my ears.
The end result, I decided to take a gamble on Alicia Keys and so happy I did. I had $700 to spend on Vienna Imperial due to massive Ebaying, and now I got a phenomenal sounding piano with $600 left over. I couldn't be happier with this sound. It pops, it's woody, and has a huge warm bottom that I love. Easy to play and makes slip note style playing feel like butter.
My only complaint however is that I really miss soft pedal. That is so important in so many of Cramer's music. I guess it will teach me to play with a softer touch.
Anyway, what a gorgeous sound. I am one happy man right now.