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I use a few different keyboards and switch depending on what mood I'm in. They're all programmable with QMK and I regulary update their keymaps, testing different combos and layers to find out what works best giving my workflow. Even though they have different layouts, my muscle memory is independent for each one, although it does take a few minutes to adjust when switching.
My daily driver is the pok3r since it's a 60% and the one I've logged the most hours on. I almost always use it when doing "real" work and interacting with production systems, since the other two boards aren't as forgiving, especially with the `enter` key on the thumb.
The GerogPlex and tg4x I soldered from kits, but the pok3r was an original PCB until I swapped it with a yd60mq PCB that supports QMK.
PCB: yd60mq designed by YMDK
Switches: Artic Holy Panda with Krytox 250g0 lube
Keycaps: MT3 /dev/tty
PCB: tg4x designed by MythosMann
Switches: Halo True (left over from Holy Panda builds)
Keycaps: SA Cyberpunk Pumper
PCB: gerogplex designed by gHeavyIndustries
Switches: gChoc 20g
Keycaps: Generic Choc blanks
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