It's a hard thing to know what to recommend. If you're already a good touch typist, then learning a superior layout will take a while, dramatically reducing your speed whilst you get to grips with it, and then you'll still be stuck in a world where everything and everyone else is qwerty. Having a good ergonomic keyboard (of any kind, as long as it's properly good, not just a bit less bad) is a huuuuuge improvement over the standard layout, irrespective of the key maps.
When I started learning colemak it was amazing how the first lesson with the first 2 fingers on each hand already had you typing proper words (nest, ten, net, test, set...) instead of gobbledegook (dfjk, kjfd...) it's not until you get to all 4 fingers on the home row that qwerty lets you type an actual word! I quickly started referring to qwerty as "stupid mode" after that, because, in contrast, it just is.
The frustrations of living in a qwerty world led to me switching back to it for a while, but having learned a better way it just felt wrong, so eventually I switched back to colemak again. To be honest, I'm probably slower in colemak than I was in qwerty because of those decades of exposure to it, but colemak just feels better. However, if you've not experienced a good key layout and are comfy with qwerty you won't know the feeling that you're missing. So if you don't switch you won't have to balance the pleasure of using your blade with a good layout against the combo of having to interact with other devices in qwerty and having other people be unable to use your stuff etc. It's a bit like taking the red pill in the matrix - you'll wake up, see how broken the real world is, and spend the rest of your life fighting a war
I think that this may come off sounding like I'm discouraging you from going to colemak. That's not exactly what I'm trying to do, rather I just want to make you aware that whilst it is absolutely, categorically better that qwerty, the rest of the world ain't changing, and we still have to live in it.