Here we go again, another success story. An expensive keyboard, the most expensive one I ever bought, but I am so glad I did. Still getting used to the extra keys being on the keyboard. They can at first take some getting used to as it is natural to move ones pinky over to the extreme left to press away on what would have been the Shift or Ctrl keys and so on. They are still there, just they feel closer and it's a little off-putting at first. Setting the keys up and colours from the Key Profiler is a doddle, very clear instructions. The wrist rest I find just right and have had less problems with the bones in the top of my hand as a result, however I do have a bone disease so this may not be an issue for most people anyway. The gaming part of the keyboard is not fantastically innovative, but it works well. It is a little longer than a standard keyboard but as you can see from the photos, not overly long. It is certainly quieter to type on than my last keyboard. When my wife used the other one it sounded like a road drill, she used to be a typist so fingers fly across the keyboard. With this one it is much quieter and smoother. A first class product supplied through a first class supplier.