This seems so simple, I'm surprised Apple hasn't thought of it. I have no idea if it would work in practice, but in theory it makes sense. What if Apple implemented haptic feedback ONLY on the "F" and "J" key, and only on the first time it is hit. So you can place your hands in the touch-typing position, you get that haptic feedback when your pointer fingers are placed on the F and J keys, and you can type away. Anytime you want to reposition your fingers, you get that "buzz" "buzz", and you know you're in the right spot. Perhaps Apple can develop the use of "partial haptic feedback," soley as a way to create virtual bumps on the F and J keys. Is this a good idea? If not, thats cool, just had one of those "ah ha" moments.