Hi guys, First post here, long time lurker. This place has a plethora of knowledge for Mac newcomers like myself. I just wanted to say hi and thanks for the wonderful information! So, until about two years ago I was a dedicated Gentoo Linux user. My box used a wonderful keyboard - a classic IBM M Model keyboard with extremely clicky keys and a fast response. The thing had no Windows key, either! (A definite plus ). When I decided to go Apple and pick up a MacBook Pro, I made every attempt to use this keyboard with my laptop. I bought a third party PS/2-to-USB adapter to plug this ancient keyboard in, but found that the keyboard wasn't as functional as I thought it would be. For starters, the keyboard lacks the apparently necessary third operator key (in this case, I believe that by default it is the "option" key). More importantly, however, the keyboard is unable to process two different keystrokes at once. Now, for those who don't understand the necessity of this function: Imagine you're playing a computer game, such as Quake 3 Arena, where you wish to press both up and left, in order to move diagonally-left. With this IBM keyboard plugged into my MBP, this is not an option; it will only process one key at a time. I have been able to tolerate this for a while, but it is getting bothersome. So, the two issues I mentioned must be fixed. However, when searching for a new keyboard, I found none that were both Apple-compatible AND had a similar feel to the elite IBM keyboard. I am willing to pay a good deal more than I should have to ($100?) in order to replace the feel of this IBM keyboard with a more modernized version with Apple-ready functionality and features. I would like the ability to hold down two keys at once, preferably, as I do love to break out Quake 3 Arena every once in a while during a lunch break. If any of you MacRumors veterans could help a newbie out, I'd be ever-so appreciative. I hope that I can have this issue resolved so that others in my situation may be able to find a guiding light as well. Thanks in advance!