Yeah after further use. Its really about money. Is 70 dollars for a keyboard worth it for me? It's nice to have around but I noticed that unless you have a flat table that you will be working on with your ipad. I noticed like using my Ipad on my TV couch or in my bed; relaxing. Where in that equation does a wireless keyboard fit. Right now, I am using it at work. I have my ipad on the corner connected to the BT keyboard and I only use Ipad to browse through Macrumors Forums. This makes it easy for me to type. I'm also using my BT keyboard right now to type. It's like carrying a sword you really don't need. Even through I can't type as fast on the Ipad as on the Keyboard. I sat on the couch and just used the on screen keyboard and there is a type of connection to the device that isn't really there with a BT keyboard. With the keyboard, I feel distant; less of a connection with the device I considered to change my mobile platform thinking. Also, you have to now cater notebook bags to carry both the Ipad and the keyboard. Because I paid 70 bucks, i have this obligation to carry it everywhere. I have a bluetooth logitech keyboard hooked up to my macbook. So I ended up spending another 35 bucks on the targus notebook bag. It causes a snowball effect of having something so thin, but putting it in a large bag. That's not how the Ipad was intended. So still have about a week before i have to return the keyboard, but it might look like its heading back....back to the onscreen keyboard.