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When they say the B2N has a lighter touch than the B2, they really meant it. I don't know what the B2 actually feels like, but the complaints were that its keys were too heavy. I figured maybe the B2N was supposed to be the correction to it, hoping that it was still a little weighted (my fault, no complaints to that). It feels pretty much the same as a regular ole' keyboard. Doesn't feel like there's any weight to them, only barely noticeable difference is the hammer action it has, but I don't really see the point if it's not even weighted in the first place. Would recommend just getting the B2 or any other weighted keyboard if that's what you're looking for. Just a fair warning to anyone interested. My other issue is that the sounds on board with it aren't that great, and definitely sounds like a generic keyboard. I have mine plugged in via MIDI to my computer and am using VST plugins such as Keyscape, and it's much better. Other than that, this thing does as advertised, and I shouldn't really be mad at anything other than myself for going in without research. Stand was fairly easy to setup, comes with a sustain pedal and a sheet music stand to attach to the keyboard. Does not come with a midi cable. Very simple looking, and is pretty much everything I was looking for except for the keys.