Hi SandyB53! Thanks for the encouragement. Well I received the coarse the other day. First thing I did was try it in my main computer and on a DVD player. The DVD's work in both. So now I still have to get cables that have been ordered and the roll up which is being shipped. After all the surfing, video watching, Udemy piano coarse and books I've scanned through, the best information I've gotten so far has been from this forum. Thanks so much for all of the posts and information you all have provided. The DGX-660 audio out to my computer works great with Sony Music Studio for recording MIDI. I transfer the files after manipulating to Synthesia, which has a feature to slow the recording down to practice. It's a very clever way to practice, as the notes scroll down you simply copy each one. Doesn't replace sitting at the Yamaha but a nice feature for getting ten to thirty minutes practice to improve placement and speed. It's kind of like a digital tutorial file that never go's away once you make it. Since I know very little about piano I have spent every day practicing and learning the notes. I really want to learn this, not as a master, or to be a professional but for my own enjoyment. When I was five years old I was given a rental Sax and lessons for a few weeks. I never forgot the joy of learning to play it. Sixty years later and I still remember it clearly. That joy I felt as a child I still feel when I'm sitting at the piano. Granted the only thing I can play at the moment is some scales but those same feelings are there.