The Freestyle is a good keyboard, and because it is split it can be easily adjusted to fit your needs.
You can place your mouse in between the two parts of the keyboard for shorter reach. Certainly better than Microsoft or Logitech "ergo" keyboards.
However there are some things I'm not completely satisfied with:
1) the Freestyle still has the same over-reaching problems for the little fingers, as any "straight" keyboard has.
2) the blue Fn key to the left seems always in the way, and I keep accidentially switching on the number block, which is extremely annoying -- this can only be fixed by removing the Fn key-cap.
3) the 10 hot keys to the left are not programmable, and have fixed assignments which are not useful for me (I'm using neither Windows, nor Mac)
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