Boy, when I grow up maybe I'll be able to design my own keyboard as well!
That is, if apple stop doing it right. Since I've switched to mac I saw no reason to be bothered by keyboards, except my small macbook have no numpad.
I also find sad so many people comment on how they want ergo, but I've tried ergo and I can see why some people might enjoy it. I don't. Too big, keys too far apart. I suppose it is just a matter of taste. I've been using a regular mac usb keyboard for some years now and only thing I truly miss is the backlight.
Granted, looks like there are plenty of anecdotes for people in favor of ergonomics, both here and there. But if I were to dig this deeper, it wouldn't be the first time I've done so against so much "evidence" and came out with the opposite conclusion. Thanks to my sole self anecdote I doubt ergonomics (or the whole RPG thing) are worth for more than just a minority of coders, what to say for computer users.
And I love the numpad, but at least the code keyboard is already sold without it for those of you who don't enjoy it.
There, commented @DavidB