First... Thanks to this forum for the guidance, and to the people who share their thought here... It is very helpful!
It is actually a used one, the previous owner bought it on January this year. The piano arrived with a little struggle, the delivery guy dropped it from the truck and put it upside down (The crate pic was taken by a friend of mine) I wasn't there when it was delivered. Overall, I really love it...
I was lucky enough, I'd been searching for a new digital piano for about 2 years until decided to buy any Kawai with GrandFeel 2 action and the ad of this piano just popped out on my Facebook (I see what you did there Mark Zuckerberg haha) I was going to buy Kawai CA67 back then. and yeah, I traveled to other city only to try pianos.
Previously, I play Yamaha P35 digital piano and also Yamaha C7 Grand piano, the transition of the touch when switching between P35 to C7 was way too drastic. Now, The touch difference isn't that drastic, the CA98 and C7 almost identical in term of response, only the CA98 has a bit artificial let-off and slower repetition.
My options before buying this were : Kawai CA67, CA58, CA78, Roland RD700NX, RD300NX, HP605, Casio AP300, Yamaha CLP535, CVP 609, Nord Piano 2, Plus Kawai NV10, Yamaha NU1 but turns out that they are out of my budget. Kawai GrandFeel 2 fits my requirement and I decided to go for CA67, it was around $3000 and the CA98 was around $4000, but the man sold the CA98 to me for $2000, he said that he sold the piano because he already bought the piano he needed, Yamaha CVP 709.
Oh... and it came in one piece, I didn't have to assemble it. Also, it has a small plywood soundboard, it looks thinner than the soundboard of a grand piano that I usualy play. The built-in speakers are great ,but I spend most of the time using headphone...(I am using cheap Philips headphone, going to upgrade soon I guess)