Many thanks! I will re-consider this next time I have extra bucks.
Anyway, it's still quite heavy for 61-keys synth action keyboard. As I said, there are lighter hammer action keyboards with 73 to even 88 keys. Does this weight give you a feeling of good build quality and strong structure?
Speaking of it, I love Origin - its sound, it's GUI, it's general idea and philosophy - but what I fear most is its long term durability. My first Origin (desktop) was a total disaster, all the knobs were beginning to get broken one by one. I had to cancel the deal and return it. Now, this second unit of mine is still under repairment (my biggest christmas wish is to have it back before new year). It just did not boot anymore one day. So can we count on that 18kgs keyboard Origin is any better? If the electronics (knobs and all the things inside) won't last, we are screwed: you have to probably send it to France and cross your fingers that they have replacement parts. That's why it is SO important that Arturia will keep this production going. I am afraid they are only ones in the world to fix it...
(Btw sometimes I wonder how many people in Arturia actually know what they're selling. There's quite a big difference with 25kg and real (?) 18kg. This "extra" 5kg may have been crucial factor for some customers to NOT buy it...)