Hello. Recently, I have been spending long hours typing on my MBP 17". Although I love the laptop, there might be a few ergonomic related issues which cause discomfort. I hope to get some comments from ergonomic experts and experienced users. Here is a list of issues: 1. The palmrest area is too hard. For external keyboard, we can place a gel palm rest right next to it. However, as the distance between the edge and the keyboard is far, the gel palm rest becomes more like a forearm rest. I wonder if this is good ergonomically. 2. Any comment on the screen slightly below eye level? 3. I have a desk lamp placed directly over the LCD screen. Is this setup good ergonomically speaking? I turned the brightness of the lamp to max. As for the brightness level of the MBP, I usually set it to 3-4 bar less than the max. I have a wireless logitech mouse (Anywhere Mouse M905) already. I wonder if it is a good idea to spend the money to buy an external keyboard. To tilt the laptop slightly, I am using the Podium Coolpad from Road Tools/Targus. http://www.roadtools.com/podium.html Many years ago, I used it with my Thinkpad 14". It was very comfortable to type on the laptop for long hours. I just bough the Coolpad again for my MBP. However, the combination is not as comfortable to work with. This makes me think about ergonomic issues. Any recommendation on keyboards that can work under both Mac OS and Windows 7? Wireless keyboard would be desirable. Thanks.