I think its awesome. Also, after I typed in, "awesome," I get the clapping and sunglass-smiley emoji. I actually wanted to use them. Let the psychological programming begin. Now, at first I had a hard time getting into it. It was an afterthought, and had to force myself to look at it during the tasks that I wanted to experience it. Now, it seems, I don't even look at the screen while I'm typing. Overtime I sit back down, though, I have to "get back into it," but when I do, I feel really fast... more involved. The small bits of being able to change tabs, predictive text, Office capability... It's actually training me to not use my main screen. I feel more focused. A bit faster. Also, the "esc" key literally is always present. So, that solves it. Also, "fn" key displays the function keys... As advertised in the keynote, for those who didn't watch it. I can see where it is going. I really like it. I can't wait until it works with Logic Pro. The other half is that this will fill the offices of chiropractors. There are already forms of subluxation from people craning their neck over screens... I'm having to train myself to have muscle memory and quick glances. Honestly, the touch bar should have been much brighter as well for brighter conditions, including and especially direct light. At night, or in darker rooms, it looks as beautiful as expected. Being the environment I work in anyways (mixing/recording studios), I dodged that bullet. Give it 3 years and nobody will be able to live with a normal keyboard. It's another way of programming people to stick with Apple. By the way, Apple needs to code Safari to auto-detect forum formatting, like for Office. Back to work, now! Edit: Actually, I just highlighted some text, and it automatically shows formatting options on the Touch Bar. Apple wins.