Trying to figure out which keyboard this is: It's on a 17" MacBook Pro (MacBookPro5,2 Core 2 Duo 2.93GHz, etc.) It belonged to someone who had residence in Italy and the US. In System Preferences -> Language & Text under "Select input methods to use" there is a checkmark next to "Italian - Pro". I'm going to go out on a limb and say it's an Italian layout. I need to know because I'm getting ready to sell the machine. I need to be clear to buyers about what it is. Also I may need to be willing to sell internationally to get top dollar. Apple has an article on how to identify keyboard localizations, but there are so many of them, maybe each country has a slightly different layout? If it is in fact an Italian layout then is only useful to Italian users? I know it's a bit of a challenge for a US user to work with mainly because the size and shape of many of the keys are different. And because some symbols are hard to find (like the apostrophe). Maybe the layout is more universal for European languages and just the keycaps are different? Thoughts?