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I am not saying this case is bad. but dont understand why people make the keyboard to small size of 60% , then use this case to make keyboard big again?
It doesn't change the size of the keyboard.
People generally wants a narrower keyboard, so that you can keep the mouse to a more natural position, but the height is a minor concern, as also the thickness. If you are someone who cares simply buy one of 99% of other cases!
Also note that if you want a small keyboard because you work with both paper an pc and you need to reposition it on your working table a lot (and you also use a wrist rest) having only one thing to move around instead of two is a VERY welcome feature!
I got a very thin low profile cnc aluminum case . and dsa keycaps, I like the combination so far.
Personally, I like to bring all the keys to my fingers, so I don't have to move my hands as much. Over a long day, moving your hands to and fro to the numpad and nav cluster does get tiresome. Plus, the wrist rest is more for ergonomics. It's a little nicer to type on a board with a wrist rest for long periods, as your hands aren't angled up as much. But hey, the whole point of having customizable keyboards is so that you have more choices. :)
looks like you the "VIM" guy.