I have a question about Apple's bluetooth keyboard for anyone that has one and has been using it for a while. I've searched and haven't found anything on this, so my apologies if this has been asked before and I missed it. Both the keyboard and magic mouse go into a "sleep" mode after a while of inactivity. My question is specific to the keyboard. When it goes to sleep does a message pop up saying "connection lost"? When you want to use it again is there any delay while it wakes up? I ask because I often use my aluminum macbook in clamshell mode with my 20" Acer LCD. I have magic mouse and up till this point been using an old USB keyboard from my PC days (it's a few yrs old). Been working well but I want to make the keyboard wireless too. I want bluetooth because I don't want to mess with USB dongles. I've been borrowing my friends Microsoft Mobile Bluetooth 6000 keyboard to test it out. So far I love it. It is small, works well and better yet has a separate bluetooth numeric keypad. I'm an accountant so that is something I love. One problem is after 10 minutes or so of inactivity the keyboard goes to sleep. When this happens a little box appears saying "connection lost". When you want to use it again you have to press a key, it reconnects after a second and off you go. This sleep mode can get a tad annoying. Does Apple's keyboard do the same thing? Even if it doesn't produce a message box when it goes to sleep, do you have to kit a key to wake it up causing a delay until you can use it? Just curious as my choice of keyboard is down to the Microsoft one and Apple's. Thanks for any insights you might be able to offer.