I was most certainly misled when I ordered. I looked at the "availability" listing on the @waytools website after reading the MacRumors article. It showed shipping dates in the past as being already sold, as well as shipping dates in the future as "currently selling" indicating a 2 month lead time for purchasing.
As I was buying after the purported release date, I assumed that there was a back order situation going on. In fact, the status when I ordered indicated this. There was nothing to tell me that the product had not shipped yet. After I "purchased" this item, I was then given a status which showed several stages, with a shipping date 2 months in the future, just as the availability page had suggested.
Of course, after 8 weeks, I still had not seen any movement on my order, so I looked again. It was only then that I saw a status which indicated a delay in initial shipping. I navigated the site a bit more and found their blog, which said nothing of the real situation, and then I found the forum. That's when I learned that there had not been a single unit shipped out.
If you go back through the @waytools page now, it remains the same. It shows units for past shipping dates as sold, and promises shipping 2 months in the future. You have to find your way to the forum and/or their blog to find out that the units have not yet started shipping.
So I am willing to bet that even as I type this, someone out there is ordering a nifty new keyboard to go with their summer plans. And, like me, they will just be disappointed when it doesn't ship.
So yes, better wording on the website is needed. As it is now, it is false advertising as it sells a product which does not yet exist without alerting the user to this basic fact of the transaction.