Can you / do you have time to say what caused the divorce? The AP470 is one I have on my list in case things get desperate (unwell acoustic plus weakening 90's Casio and awaiting BREXIT decisions to decide where I'll end up living.)
Sure - firstly, let me elaborate that I am picky (not a little but very so perhaps some of the negatives its me not you, i.e. the piano, sort of thing) and secondly let me give some background.
I came across this model on YouTube and doing a bit of research I thought it looked really good on paper for the price it was on offer.
So off I went to a local shop in my area where they had it on display and having sat and played for a good while and the salesperson (who either was a very good pianist or knew that particular piece very well) played it for me and I was instantly sold. I bought it on the spot (yeah I know - my mistake, always trial, walk away, trial some more and then decide).
Like a relationship, it's living with/playing with, when you learn how much you click with that someone or something in this case.
From what I remember, the pros for me were, speaker system (40W with a 2 x 2) it filled the room nicely, AiR sound source it's okay (nothing to write home about but certainly more than okay to practice with), the lid opening (what's not to like there), the price (a lot of features for the price range), Cordana app tweaking ambience/hammer noise/speed of hammer etc.
The things I did not like and ultimately were they deciding factor, first and foremost the action (yes this is very personal so applies to me directly and this is why you should go back and play it several times, hopefully enough to know you will like it or not) it was too light, I tend to lean towards slightly more firm actions like the NWX or the Fatar TP40W now (which is actually even more heavy than the NWX). Secondly, the decay/loop effect was so obvious to my ears, to me a piano decay drops in volume as you hold the note whereas this one seem to go on forever before you noticed the subtlety of the sound fading - that one really annoyed me. The record to USB function, a total gimmick as the recordings are so low in their volume you can barely hear them unless you run them in a DAW and up the gain.
So if the action is good for you, don't care much about the decay/loop and don't mind doing a bit of post editing after recording (if you even plan to record your playing) then you might be onto something. As for me, I made up mind and that was the end of that.