While I really enjoy working on the MacBook Pro there is what I consider a rather annoying design flaw which really bothers me and I’m not alone, here too. The front edge of the keyboard where your wrists hits closest to your body is a sharp squared off edge that I’m finding that that really wears on the tender bottom side of my wrists. In contrast, the outside edges of the machine are all rounded and very smooth.
I’m a long time fan of the split Microsoft Natural Keyboard Pro and require upside down “T” arranged arrow keys as well as the layout of the Home/End/Insert/Delete/PGUP/PGDN keys and when at home that’s the keyboard I use. In fact, I’ve collected a few of them because Microsoft no longer produces this exact keyboard. For me, Jeff Atwood nails keyboard issues in this podcast from Scott Hanselman. Aside from this one issue I’m really enjoying the machine and Vista still runs well though I can’t say I’m thrilled with Vista.