The photographs were taken of a large three-manual organ manufactured in Italy. While the exterior presents as a large console, the interior tells a different story. This includes: 1) low-quality stapled wood console construction , 2) exposed power and digital circuitry, and 3) little electronics included in the organ, more typical of what is found in lower-cost two-manual organs. These physical qualities help demonstrate why these organs are often the lowest cost solution. However, low-cost does not equal good value.