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Looks really great! A few questions and ovservations:
1. The price for Zambs - it is still over $50 even if 1000 units are ordered. Doesn't really make sense. Typo?
2. Ergo Pro - Price seems higher than normal compared to other GBs "pro ergo" kits. Does it have more keys than usual?
3. Does Mitolet come with non-scooped F/J keys?
4. Which of the novelties from the novelty kit are "shine through"?
5. Suggestion for next drop you make - scooped home row keys - asdfjkl;. Similar to what Kinesis did with their advantage. Maybe a kit for the "asdkl;" scooped pieces.
6. Suggestion for next drop you make - Make it easier to have a different color F and J key. Buying two sets of alphas is expensive.
EDIT: For #1 I see now that there is a numpad that comes with the Zambs
well that sucks.... to use a different layout we need to replace four keys from a different alpha set.
All other sets including alphas come with non-scooped versions... except the biggest one.
If by other layouts you mean Coleman, Dvorak etc. this is a niche inside another niche, the vast and overwhelming majority of people use regular layouts, not worth the price increase to cater to a small audience.
Then why do the other alpha sets come with non-scooped versions?
I don't mind not having extra scoops to support other layouts, but consistency would be nice, especially for a flatty kit.
what would it take to get a non-homing F/J added to the Mitolet kit? there's no point in me buying it without them
2. It's a combination of the size of the keycaps and that there are slightly more than usual. The kit includes lots of 1.5U caps.
3. Just scooped.
4. Most likely R1 1.00U cyan PulSE and R3 1.00U violet PulSE