Well, me, too, but it's kind of like the time Dorothy Parker was told Calvin Coolidge had died, and asked, "How can they tell?"
But by the same token, I can't do without a keyboard waiting for the perfect one to arrive. When the one I was using at the time I ordered the TextBlade — just over three years ago now — broke, I had to spring for a replacement.
And when the replacement broke nine months ago, while I was still waiting for the TextBlade, I needed to replace that. If this one breaks while I'm still waiting, then I'll need to replace this one. And I'm going to keep doing that for as long as it takes for it to be good enough for me to get one, like the kid with his surf and turf (that will probably be beyond my means, but that's beside the point).
Anyway, I certainly hope that it gets to a point soon where I, too, can learn what I've been missing all this time while I've been paying for, to paraphrase Douglas Adams, "a series of increasingly less-excellent keyboards".