At MacWorld, Jan 2008, I saw a gorgeous black silicone cover for the wired and wireless mac keyboard. It finally came out. (They've got ones for the MacBook Air, MacBook, MacBook Pro as well). The web page for the black wired board shows the wrong keyboard, but it fits (perfectly) the new keyboards from Apple. The cover offers good protection against liquid spills, and the only downside I can see is that the F and J keys don't have notches to feel the little indends there, though you can still feel them about 50%. As well, there's a dot over the caps lock light, but you can't see the light through it. Other than that, it feels very good, easy to type, but I've seen complaints on other similar covers that the hard molding surrounding each key means you can only type straight down, less easily. There's not much of that with this cover, not enough to bother me. And boy, is it good looking. All black, with only white letters, symbols, etc. And very sexy soft dark matt silicone rubber. This is the black cover for the wired keyboard (they use the wrong keyboard in the picture): http://www.notestation.com/mac-sk-f.htm others here. These also have mostly wrong images, but I'd trust the skins to fit the current model line. As well, the image for the wireless cover in black shows a large distracting company name on the bottom. Mine doesn't have that, and I'd think the others wouldn't either: http://www.notestation.com/macskin.htm highly recommeded. $25, with about 8 for shipping, so $32.