To be honest, after having tried a the RD-300GX and the FP7, I don't think the Roland sound is for me. I decided to go with a Yamaha. The P80 might be a little too old, I'm afraid I am going to be disappointed with the sound, so I'm considering the CP33 and trying to find the best deal on one here in Europe. The main problem is that I won't be able to try neither of the boards before I buy them. I've tried several Yamahas, but not these.
Sound is tricky since typically you dont get to run them though a gig rig. I dont think headphones, or the little monitors you see at music stores really give you a good demo of what a board sounds like live. Yamaha makes good gear ,, in most of the pro level gear sounds good ,,, action is most of what you can get a feel for in the store.