Hi RickG, since you said you were looking for feedback...
I did my first piano album digitally. It recieved nothing but good reviews and compliments from anyone who bought it and came into contact with me. I'm working on a second album and I am taking out studio time to record this one. Digital piano's and programs like steiny's 'the grand' have come a long way. I think in recordings that are NOT solo piano albums the other instruments fill in the sound so much that you can barely notice that a digital piano is being used. But when it comes to solo piano, there is a magical combination of the instrument and the room it is played in that lends a fullness that just can not be duplicated in a digital instrument.
When I listen to my album, I wish I had gone into the studio to do it. Other people may not have the critical ears that I do, and maybe they can't hear what I am hearing (or more properly stated, what I am NOT hearing)and while I am proud of the album, it's a bit of a bummer that I wish I had done it differently. Just so you know, this isn't coming from a 'digital basher', I own cubase sx and have a small project studio that I record bands in and the leaps that are being made in digital music and recording are amazing. Actually, you can test this yourself now that I think about it. Burn one of your songs to disc, then grab a favorite piano album and A/B them on some good monitors and that should also give you an idea of the difference to expect in sound qualtiy.
Good luck and I like the site!