I've just bought a Logitech Cordless 2.4GHz presenter. Even though advertised solely for Windows, it more or less works on the Mac, too. My only problem is that whenever I plug in the USB key, the keyboard setup assistant of OS X (I'm on Tiger) pops up and asks me to press the key to the right of shift - which, of course, doesn't exists on the Presenter, so I have to skip the step and tell Mac OS X manually that I want to use European (or US, doesn't matter, the Presenter has only left arrow, right arrow, b and F5 keys) keyboard layout. Is there any way to skip this (except from totally deactivating/removing the keyboard layout assistant)? Logitech doesn't (and will never) provide any drivers for this device... EDIT: Problem solved, I have to login as Administrator, since the User doesn't have permissions to write to /System/Preferences/com.apple.keyboardtype.plist. Once one has used the device as Administrator, Mac OS X remembers the type of the device (ANSI, in my case). It's a bit strange that Mac OS X doesn't save the settings when the user explicitely sets the type of the device using the System Preferences. These settings could be saved per user, or OS X could ask for the Administrator password to store this information globally..