Out of all the polyphonic synthesizers I have owned in my time, the DW-8000 is my absolute favorite. I don't mean to confuse, but I would disagree with the above statement that the DW sounds digital and plastic. It is a digital synth, so of course it CAN sound digital, but it also does great analog pads, brasses, and strings. I owned a Poly800 for a while, and it, to me, sounds vastly inferior to the DW. I have not owned a Juno 1 or 2, but I have spent a good deal of time with them, and while they sound better than the Poly800, the DW still takes the cake to my ears. The onboard digital delay is something else... Magic.
Comparison is the thief of joy.