Lol, you do realize that you can unscrew the screws on the back and the faceplate just pops off, right?
Everything else stays attached safe and secure... Once there simply pull the keys off (they come off with little effort compared to with it on, which is near impossible)
I had to disassemble to change from PS/2 to USB when I got my laptop.
It also makes cleaning under the keys stupidly easy.. The front is literally just a plastic frame that comes off very easily and gives you full access to around / under the keys.
I think I might take some pics and make a post or something tomorrow. Was tempted to when I originally took it apart but I didn't because I wanted to see if my ps/2 -> usb worked (it did! <3)
Also its probably worth noting that I've been stuffing this keyboard in a backpack with my laptop for the past 2-3 months multiple times a week (3-4) and it still looks like the day I got it. All in all I *THINK* its around 6-8 months old. VERY Durable keyboard. The last you'll ever need Edited by X3NIA - 3/22/11 at 10:13pm