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I have long enjoyed this magazine. The coverage has always been thorough and informative, and technology reviews do a good job of avoiding the tendancy in some publications to become glorified advertisements. But what I've most enjoyed is that the magazine has always provided a good balance between traditional piano/organ issues and cutting edge electronic programming and recording issues. Where else are can you read about Vladimir Horowitz and Trent Reznor in the same magazine?