I was surprised to see that nobody had posted about this yet, so here I go. There's still a few days left on their Kickstarter: I've actually been looking for a split keyboard option with mechanical keyswitches that won't break the bank for a while now, and this might just be the ticket. Conventional keyboards tend to get in the way of things like center-mounted monitors, flight sticks, yokes, racing wheels, etc., and shunting them off to the side is awful for typing. Split keyboards don't have that limitation, but examples are few and far between, with high price tags to match. It's the big reason I hadn't bought an ErgoDox yet, since they tend to be around $200-270 compared to $140 for one of the early bird Freestyle Edge options. So far, the Freestyle Edge looks promising enough. Easily firmware-reprogrammable at the key code level across every key, NKRO, Cherry MX keyswitches (sadly no option for Clears, but I can make do with Blues), and the folks at Kinesis are testing extra-long cable runs between the halves to make an under-the-chair keyboard mount feasible, since I'm planning on a setup not too much unlike those decorative control panels in an Elite: Dangerous cockpit above the pilot's legs. I was hoping for a split version of the Kinesis Advantage with its more sculpted design and non-staggered key layout just for a change, but I guess we'll have to wait on that. Perhaps the rest of you might want in on a mechanical split keyboard? Just note that any prices you see will need at least an extra US$15 in shipping, so factor that in if you plan on pledging.