apologize if this issue has been brought up… my college offers msoft and adobe products for free to current students within the colleges that need them (i got windows 7/8 and office 10/13 free for needing windows and visio as a MIS student, arts students get the adobe cs, etc), so with the subscription policy, is Adobe effectively killing their relationships with schools that offer these products to students?
beyond the annoying splitting issue, i love my touch cover. i got used to it from day one and after a while i was able to turn off audible feedback and still have no issues. granted, i still use my laptop (which now is permanently on my desk with a 2nd, 20" monitor) to type any large papers, but i have had no problem with the touch cover for notes in class or posting on forums or whatever.
Only annoyance with typing on the touch cover is it becomes unreliable without a hard surface underneath. so like in bed or on my lap it becomes much harder to type and have all my presses registered.
last annoyance is the touchpad. idk what it is about the material of the touch cover… maybe its from calluses on my fingers from guitar or dry skin from living in the desert or whatever, but i hate dragging my finger across the touch pad. just feels weird on my skin.