"Functions well; feels cheap."3.0 starson by NickCarraway
Pros: Comfortable design; useful special keys; attractive, Mac-like aesthetics
Cons: Cheap-feeling, noisy keys; mediocre keyboard feel; mouse scrolls too slow.
Summary: I bought this keyboard and mouse set last summer. I like the design of the keyboard. It is definitely more comfortable than the stock keyboard that came with my white iMac. The special keys on the sides of the keyboard are handy. While the mouse is obviously designed for right handed use, I use it with my left hand and find it comfortable.
On the other hand, the QWERTY keys feel cheap and loose and clatter like nobody's business. The mouse also cannot be adjusted to scroll quickly enough for my taste; I find myself using the rocker switch for scrolling on the left side of the keyboard. It's inconvenient for someone who uses the mouse with the left hand. I also wish the keyboard had a couple of USB ports as the Apple wired keyboard does.
Also, the special function keys did not work when I was running Tiger (OSX 10.4); Logitech never (to my knowledge at least) released an update for Tiger. I upgraded to Leopard (0SX 10.5) about two months after it was released and the Logitech software installed an update that made special keys work as intended.
Overall: good design, mediocre execution.