"If this is what you want - it's perfect"4.5 starson by atmcclain
Pros: Tiny, elegant, minimalist design
Cons: Takes some getting used to, especially for touch typers. Expensive (now)
Summary: First off, reviews bemoaning the lack of a number pad and the home/end buttons, etc. don't make sense to me - check out the keyboard layout before you buy the keyboard. (In fairness - you do need the internet to do this - the layout isn't on the package like it should be.) If you want a num pad and the full layout, just don't buy this keyboard. Yes, it would be nice if Apple made a full sized wireless version, and maybe they will, but this isn't it.
If, however, you're not typically using those extra keys and would like the smallest, most elegant keyboard available - this is the one for you. Beautiful finish and design, and the combination of the smaller footprint and the lack of wires make this the most minimal yet effective keyboard I've seen. It really cuts the concept of a keyboard down to its essence.
It has taken me a bit of time to get used to touch typing on this keyboard, primarily because I think I'm subconsciously expecting there to be more of it and am shifting to the left by a key or two - hitting caps lock instead of A. However, after a day or so that tendency is decreasing and my typing is confident.
My PC keyboard is Das Keyboard, which has a very mechanical, long throw, loud clicky action (I love it BTW). This is very different - short throw, subtle, quiet - but still very confident and precise. Certainly has the sense of being a well made machine.
Highly recommended - just check out the layout and ensure that you really want the 'small version' - if you do, or are willing to give it a try - I think you will be very pleased.
(9/10 for the price - cut $30 off and it's perfect.)