Pete14 the only Yamaha I could have in my home would be given for free, with the exception of N1X and newest version of CFX with corrected voicing and treble blossoming.
Yamaha Clavinova are well build, but their voting is weird and behaviour is weird. While Kawais are far better digital pianos than Yamaha, my preference regarding grand pianos is opposite, but both are far away behind European made pianos, just to be clear.
Yamaha build quality is indeed awesome and they do not bugs like Kawai, but their muffled middle and treble without any spark are closing the deal. Oh and their unpleasant actions with bended rods instead proper hammers.
My list goes as follows: Kawai, Roland, Casio (GP series mainly due to action) and last place Yamaha.
I recently was playing on 785 and bass wanted to kill me with its volume and general being. I have not done factory reset before. Action still 10 years behind everything on the market.
Roland sound is just bit to dry and clean to my ears, but perfectly balanced. They also made their dynamics better over the years, as for many years I always had to put sensitivity on hard to have it properly set.
I don't know how the basic Roland's like fp30 sounds in reality, as I have always been playing on hi end models, but they sound like a Chinese toy on all YouTube recordings.
It's a pity that Dexibell is sort of side ayer with action and sound systems in their home piano lines, they could do a lost of mess otherwise.