This purchase matches nicely with my Logitech diNovo Edge keyboard I bought a couple of months back. It replaced the stock wireless keyboard that came with my pre-2008 Mac Pro - the non-aluminum, acrylic backed one. Some of the white keys yellowed and I found the left shift key would often stick/catch/resist if you didn't hit it dead center. You can get the diNovo darned cheap, comparatively, from MacMall. (I paid nearly full price for the mouse, but you can find it $10-$15 cheaper online from reputable sources.)
John Duprey is a husband and father. He is also a software architect for Thomson Reuter's Research and Development group.
When not making the world better, one line of code at a time, John enjoys a blessed life with his family.