I don't usually post much stuff about what I buy and that sort of crap. One reason might be that I tend to keep the stuff buying to the minimum. I also like to keep stuff as long as I can, like my previous laptop, I used it everyday for over 6 years. It helps to not buy the cheapest thing you can find and often turns out to be cheaper to do so (costs less money and less enviro-impact too).
I just got a new keyboard, it's been a while I wanted to get one and so voila, in my quest to get something solid, functional and while we're at it, original, I got a custom WASD keyboard.
Some people don't mind, but being a user of "not-Windows" OS for more than a decade makes me wonder why I should have a Windows logo on my keyboard. My previous one (Typematrix) didn't have one either.
Funny story, I originally wanted a Das Keyboard, however according to them, even for a $130 keyboard one most fork out an extra $12 for optional Penguin OS keycaps and then discard the Windows ones instead of allowing their customers to simply chose. Their response to my asking about this was highly formatted and sad. This is what made me seek further out. Turns out I got something at a similar price that's WAY more what I want.
The whole layout is custom, basically they provide templates of the keyboard, for now only available in Illustrator and Corel Draw format (and PDF, but you need to export to the Illus/Corel). In my case Weyman Kwong was really cool and took my SVG files and converted them for me. He said he'll try to work on some SVG templates for the near future.