I was a little worried at first that I would have trouble typing on this keyboard after using regular "full travel" keyboards--this keyboard reminds me more of a laptop keyboard than anything else, but I shouldn't have been concerned. Unlike laptop keyboards, the keys are placed where you'd expect them to be, not inset 4 inches, on the other side of a touchpad.
The numeric keypad with media control is the coolest. Thing. Ever.
I found the wireless range to be acceptable, and the setup was painless. I didn't read the instructions (on purpose) to see if I could get through it on intuition, and I found the entire process (including the mouse battery installation) fit my expectations.
The mouse really isn't too small--it's smaller than I was expecting, but it's not too small. (Could be big mice are overrated, anyway.) I found that it fits my hand perfectly, and has acceptable mass and traction for an optical. The 800-DPI aspect is a bonus; I'm used to 600 DPI mice.
Without a doubt this is eye-candy, but it backs up the good looks by working exactly the way it should, and that makes it hard to beat. Yeah, price. Always price--but in this case, I think it's worth it.