I have read posts from a couple P9 owners over the years, and they all consider the P9 a lifetime keeper (even if they were to buy another table, they would keep their P9). That is telling, IMO.
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We usually get the itch to upgrade when we want something different. The P9 is excellent but the sound is going to be very much like the P5. It's better but enough to feel like you've made a giant leap forward? I don't know. If possible try to audition before you lay down the cash.