Holy cow! The ErgoDox design looks awesome and seems comfortable too.
I didn't know there was such a large cottage industry based on DIY mechanical keyboards based on the ErgoDox. You could create the world's perfect keyboard with this as base, if I could only add:
1) a clamp in the middle that would adjust spacing, allow the halves to fold neatly (thus, making it portable), and provide adjustable height in the middle...
2) jerry rig a bluetooth/rf receiver in there, along with usb 3.0 cable, so it can be wired and wireless just like my Razer Orochi mouse...
3) Headphone jack,
4) usb 3.0 hub (not asking for much, about 2-3 ports)
If such a beast exists, I'd throw away all my keyboards. Else, if the parts are available to do all this, and it seems do-able, I may just break out my old soldering iron and lock myself in my man cave for a couple weeks and make one of these.
As it is, though, just assembling an ErgoDox seems like a pain. It only seems to come in kit form, though an Indiegogo project called ErgoDox EZ is proposing to sell you an assembled one in ABS plastic casing for about $270! Two hundred and seventy bucks!!!
Are there any other outfits selling fully assembled ErgoDox?