I decided to blog about this because its going into my house as a personal family piano. I got it out of a University music school, so it's pretty beat up. The action parts are completely worn; hammers, bushings, knuckles, etc. The cabinet has chunks of ebony missing, and the inside is covered in what looks like blasting sand. Who knows what these kids did with it. Hopefully I'll post pictures of the progess and show some of the more interesting parts.