Yes, I'm picky. Not vicious, but if there's ANY flaw/issue then it's worth mentioning. And just because something is "good" doesn't mean I can't find fault with it. In this instance it's slightly irksome that the keyboard needs to be re-registered with my Nexus every time I want to connect the two - although if I plan any serious typing then the few characters I have to type to connect the keyboard are far outweighed by the ease of use once connected (and the fact that since I'm using a "real" keyboard I don't lose half the screen to the virtual keyboard, so I can see what I'm doing!).
That is every single gripe I can come up with for this keyboard so far - it seems FAR sturdier than I'd assumed for the price (under a tenner including shipping!?!?!) and just FEELS so much better than I expected, even given the positive reviews that lead me to take a punt on this item. Thoroughly recommended - I plan to try it out on my notebook as well as the keyboard just screams to be used. Shame I can't give 4 and a half stars really, as the re-registering issue doesn't feel worth a full stars worth of demerit :(