Was just curious, and doing some Googling but wanted to see what you all thought. I'm going to be doing a lot of CAD, nearly full time. So I'm looking for a good keyboard and mouse for CADing. Does anybody here CAD? What do you use? Right now they have a wireless Logitech set and it sucks. Basically, some requirements are: I ONLY need THREE buttons. Left, right, and middle click. And it needs scroll. So a two button mouse with scroll/click will suffice. Nothing fancy. Optical, of course. However, since I have to scroll and middle-click a lot, I don't want a super sensitive scroll which scrolls a lot while I'm tring to click, if you follow. And likewise I don't want such a sensitive middle click that it accidentally clicks when I scroll. So a good scroll/click is a MUST. Because it's only a two button mouse, most of those are pretty small in size. And I want one that is comfortable, and so it should probably be larger, and more form fitting. But it's hard to fine a larger, ergonimic mouse with only a 2 button configuration. Know of any? Of course I can have more buttons if I MUST, but they have to be more out of the way and not where they can be accidentally clicked. And I think wireless is good still, but I dislike wireless so either config is okay. But their wireless now for some reason doesn't always connect on startup, so you have to unplug it and plug back in. Which is a pain. I'd rather just have wired. Or in fact, a wired keyboard (because it won't move much) and then a wireless mouse. I wouldn't mind that, with a charger for the mouse etc... As far as the keyboard, that's tricky. ACAD uses a lot of shortcuts keys, and I'll be doing minimal full-fledged typing. But I think a strait, versus ergo, keyboard is best. Because a strait keyboard makes it easier to get all shortcuts keys with one hand without having to jump around. And in fact, it may be better if the keyboard is somewhat scrunched a TAD, to bring all those keys closer for one hand to use quickly. And yet still good for two handed touch typing when used. Oh, and I MUST have proper key location on it. Which is where the backslash is above the enter key, with backspace above that. And with the ctrl and alt in their classic positions. I HATE it when the put the backslash down by the shift or under the enter key. And I also still want a standard number pad, and stand sized arrow keys for the occasional game On top of that, I don't need fancy multimedia keys. But if so, simplistic is key, just maybe volume and some common shortcuts to mail or web etc... I DON'T want keys such as shut down and standby to be on it, because the accidental click could be detrimental! I had a keyboard once where ALL the shutdown keys you could want, were right above the arrow keys! Talk about random shut downs during the day! And yes, a good chunky wrist rest is a good thing. But I'd rather have NO wrist rest, and get my own gel pad, then to have some lame plastic rest. But if the keyboard has a solidly locked on SOFT pad, that would be good. So it would be good if the keyboard is strait, and not curved in the front, for that wrist rest purpose. Alrighty then! My that's a long list for a kb and mouse. lol Call me paranoid, but I always like to know what my TS friends think about things. And if this perfect kb/ms set doesn't exist, I'll invent it myself and get rich selling to CAD professionals! You heard it here first! Thanks.