I'm once again in a conundrum: I'm looking at the US purchase page and am only given the choices of Western spanish and US English. I do a bit of work in Japanese, though, and was wondering if a Japanese keyboard setup would be preferable. I'm coming at this from a PC standpoint (on Japanese keyboards I've seen, an extra key is on the keyboard to switch between the hiragana, katakana, and roman characters) -- if the Mac has this same functionality than I'd definatly prefer a keyboard with that extra key on it in some way/shape/form. I have a headache in Windows every time I do some Japanese on my laptop because I have to use the mouse to change between these modes (you can do some keybinding to get around it; but I'd much rather a 'real' dedicated key) So I was wondering if anyone here knew: A.) How Japanese keyboards on Macs are arranged, preferably with pictures. Specific focus on the layout of PowerBook keyboards. B.) If there were any reasonable (as in not buying from apple.co.jp) way to get the extra key to switch modes; assuming this is the Mac's setup. Reference the PowerBook above; I'd rather not lug an external keyboard around.