I have the Midnight Maplewood, Late Summer Night version. The board is sleek, the aesthetic is nice, the carry case makes me happy, most everything about it makes me happy.
The FN and CTRL keys were originally in weird places, and the hotkey to swap to Windows-style wasn't originally working (I have one of the first models to release). A firmware update fixed these problems and was super simple to install.
The board is light and compact, it feels so nice to type on. There was a bit of time to get used to the layout and reduced size compared to the board on my desktop, but well worth the learning curve and now my speed is on par if not slightly improved (empirical). I will never be able to go back to laptop chiclets, and I won't need to, this KB will go everywhere the laptop goes.
Build quality is where this gets a ding, and it's just one key I'm having problems with.
The space bar doesn't love when you aren't near the center or perfectly center on the bar.
Specifically, pressing the space bar from the right side of the V key to the left of the C key increases the likelihood of a non-registered press the further left you go.
Similarly, from the left side of the N key to the right side of the M key increases the likelihood of nonregistered key press the further your finger travels right.
On the extreme edges, the key feels mushy, and the crisp clean click is completely absent.
The spacebar works, but I have to will my thumbs to be less lazy. My…