Originally Posted by munchzilla
45G topres don't feel too heavy to me though but then again I have not tried the 30's :p
^This^ :P, you would either think it's too light right off the bat, or gradually get used to it, start loving it, type just as fast (in my case, by adjusting and improving my technique for number, "drunken-style" typing to go with the lighter switches, I got faster) but never get tired or cramped from typing, and it would ultimately change your perspective about the force all keyboard keys in existence should only really take from you.
I think Topre is receiving increasingly positive "reviews" and impressions from people about their 30G switches. In the two latest polls they made on their Facebook page about the features people wanted to come back in their future keyboards, "30G uniform version" was always one of the most voted feature.
HHKB is a little small and since I'm also a heavy user of home/end // Page up/down, and I do shift + control + arrows often to highlight words, I don't want to complicate any more the combos. I also do windows shortcuts and use right-click menu key, need my right Alt (car) to type French stuff, etc. I also like to plays games and use my F keys in groups of four. I'm fine with tenkeyless since TKLRealforces have an embedded numpad (like laptops) which functions gracefully (enough so, for the rare times I really need it, actually). We're not all into data input :P, and modern humans use scanners, OCL, and copy-paste more, to input numerical data. I have about half TKL and half full-size keyboards (when I need the keys) for gaming, (*when I have the space for it :P). I'm really interested in this project though: http://www.guru-board.com/ I would buy a Red Cherry Switch one (which switch I still haven't tried in a keyboard, and is silent enough to make it really portable).