My 2016 13" no touch bar MacBook Pro arrived this morning. I've been reasonably willing to lose the flexibility of the ports, 28w processors (in this model) along with accepting the price hike. But this keyboard is much, much worse than I expected. Disclaimer: I am quite picky with keyboards, usually I type on a HHKB, but the old MacBook Pro keyboard was perfectly acceptable. My first impressions were that the machine is very nicely finished - it looks fantastic. The weight difference from the previous 13" model is small enough to be ignored. But then I opened it up and started the setup, and it felt like I was drumming my fingers on a hard surface. There isn't a great deal of difference between this and the force touch trackpad. Yes, the keys are more stable - but they have to be because the stroke length is so small that any play would result in missing keypresses as the edge of the key would bottom out before actuation. There is no way I could type on this for a long period of time. My other complaint is that it is unreasonably loud. It's now in the realm of clicky keyboards - but maybe you don't mind this, after all there are people who type on MX blues. It would be pretty bad to be in a quiet room with someone else typing though. I'm probably not representative of the typical user. I'm sure many people will enjoy this keyboard. I lurked the waiting for skylake thread for around a year and ordered as soon as they were available - but this computer will be going straight back to Apple and I think I'll be on the market for the early 2017 windows (linux) machines.