Quality Upright vs. Cheap Baby Grand Pianos
By this time we should know that a grand piano is superior to uprights in many ways. The only drawback of a grand piano, other than the cost, is that it takes up more space and it is not as easy to move around.
But there is a new trend that you need to be aware of.
"I was going to buy a tall quality upright piano but I found this cheap baby grand. Which one should I choose?"
If you are in a situation as such, it would always be better to ask someone who plays the piano at a higher level (such as your piano teacher) to try out and compare both pianos, evaluating sound and touch and give you an opinion as to how she/he feels about that instrument. This way you will have a third person's opinion other than the salesperson's.