Hi all, After doing some typing on the new Macbook pro, i find the keyboard is still not to my liking. However I do think it can be housebroken, by simply adding a flat layer of silicone on top of the keyboard. Here is why... According to my girlfriend who is a physical therapist who deals with repetitive stress injuries, the problem with chiclet keyboards is twofold: The click at the start of the keypress harms the tendons of the forearm. When the key hits bottom in a hard way, i.e. there's no cushion at the bottom to soften the impact, that too harms the tendons. The solution as i see it would be to add a layer of silicone above keys that absorbs the impact when the finger hit the keys, and suppresses the impact of the key hitting bottom. But not necessarily a silicone cover like you see on Amazon, because those are not flat, and their key shapes add to the amount of force that's required to press down each key. It's like when people stand all day, they wear gel insoles. Same idea: silicone over the keys should lessen the harm to the typist.