I see a Casio SA-5 in there. I might still have my SA-5 somewhere hiding in the basement, but it has now been replaced with a RadioShack Realistic Concertmate 380. it is the same keyboard, it just has a different brand name.
yeah - I use the SA-5 as a sound-FX source, with some effects added from ZOOM module.
The problem is - most CASIOs have the "automatic turn-off" built-in. Which is annoying while playing a gig, You know. So I use this one, as it hasn't. :-P
yes indeed - guys on retro-computers' parties are kinda old, hehe - 40 and more - whilst the ppl on game-consoles parties (even the classic ones, like NES) are closer to 20-30, so they STILL REMEMBER *FUN*. :-D
Yeah, some stuff was interesting. The SD->NES Cart interface was very helpful, also we had an ATARI XL/XE program written especially for my drummer Pinokio: sampled drums playing with joystick moves, hehe. :) I also like my toy-keyboards, I admit.
(And of course ZX Spectrum and NES "is a must" :) ).