don't let those yamaha demos fool you!
it's not a terrible 90's euro dance synth
it's very nice and you can find it for $100-$200
I'm thinking about getting the AN200 too for a more "analog" sound..
the DX200's sounds are exactly like it's front panel color, very sea-green and nice
anyways it was aimed at dj's and house/techno stuff (grooveboxes)
and most of the preset patterns are terrible, but the synth programming on them are pretty good..
and the filter and "fm depth" are great
ps. the mini keyboard is AWESOME, I love it
if you get one, read around the manual and you'll get the hang of it (how to switch between edit "windows" for each step, etc.)
MnM, MD UW, DSI MEK, Polysix, SH-101 (red), 707, CR-8000, KPR-77, Yamaha C1 Music Computer, Synare PS-1, FX, mixers, some more stuff..