Hey guys, While I love the little BT keyboard that came with my 27" - it never disconnects, types easily, and is always responsive - I have a need for a full-sized keyboard for some of my applications. For those times, I'd like to be able to plug in an old-style USB keyboard. Now, I'm quite aware that practically any USB keyboard will work fine, even the $15.00 cheapo at my local computer shop. However, the vast majority of keyboards available have one problem: That stupid Windows key (and subsequent key rearrangement). Yes, it automatically remaps to the command key, but its position on the board is still different, plus who wants a Windows key? And so I'm now asking this: Where can I find keyboards with a Mac keyset? Sadly, it seems the big guys (Logitech) only produce standard Windows keyboards unless you get absurdly expensive (DiNovo). I could just buy an Apple alu wired keyboard, but that's also a little more than I'd like to spend, but if that's necessary I'll do it. One option I'm looking at is buying older Apple keyboards. I found one site that's selling a few brand new original iMac (bondi, tangerine, grape, etc) keyboards for cheap. Were they any good? Also, I have a couple old AppleDesign ADB keyboards sitting out in the garage. Would it be wise to track down some sort of ADB --> USB adapter and use one of them? Sorry for the oversized blurb. If you read through it all, thanks!