Thought it might be useful to give some things that have helped me with the TextBlade so when others get it, the experience I've had may be useful.
As everyone probably knows by now, the reduced reach will be a problem at first, especially for touch typists probably. The ergonomic design will be as well if you aren't used to that angled design. Most commonly, it is the pinky keys that are missed as lot. For me, once I got over my initial adjustment, it was hitting too low.
When typing, it helped me to stop and think before typing that my fingers could actually feel that they were in the well of the 8 keys. Too often I'd start typing without doing that and would be all over the place. For some reason it was the "A" key that I was always too low on.
After I had a lot of days practice, I can still have cases where I just can't seem to type well. One thing that has helped in the last day was that I put a marker on the lap desk I use (all my typing is on my lap) for how the space blade should be placed. In my case, it seems my best typing has the right side lower than the left so I place the homemade lap desk squared up evenly on my lap with a line on it for how I want the space blade angled. I may adjust this over time, as I notice where most errors occur, but in the meantime, it guarantees I'll be consistent at least.
While it seems that almost everything works bettter on this technology, there are some issues. Some are fairly direct trade-offs. Such as that, while you have to hold the space bar to type a number (unless you activate the special number pad lock), this extra step is offset by the fact that the numbers are so much easier to reach. Even I can do it. But another issue is how the combinations work out depending on what you are typing.
If typing words and then a number, such as "in 1492", the problem is that after you type the space, you must release the space bar and then put it back down to get the number 1. At least for me, that is NOT a natural pattern! As a result, I'll get a typo often for the first number after a space. Might not be an issue if you don't type fast. And I've never sat down to just practice such things. Maybe once I do I won't find it to be an issue.
Hopefully others can jump in and give more hints. For example, orand had a video that showed what may be the most efficient way to pack up and open up the textblade. And I think he may have also said that, if only using one nano stand as a case, to put the long side against the stainless steel of the textblade because it will slide a little easier.