A year ago, I would have told you to get anything but a Leopold. The Leopold tenkeyless I got when EliteKeyboards started carrying them really disappointed me. I recently bought a new tenkeyless Leopold from EK again, as I've been trying to find a tenkeyless with clears forever. I don't know if the board I got at the beginning was a one off and just a piece of ****, or if Leopold has actively made improvements in their quality since then, but I'm rather pleased. The key caps feel much better. The keys with stabilizers don't squeak or rattle in the slightest. The windows on the Scroll Lock and Caps lock keys are flush, and I can't even tell they are windowed by feeling them. My first Leopold also had a little flex to it, which this one does not. BTW, EK is trying to clear out their stock at the moment to make way for new models and your tenkeyless boards have just dropped to $90. They don't have the black keyboard with reds in stock, but they are showing the white board with reds in stock. If you decide to go Leo, I'd pick it up soon. As far as wrists rests, I'm satisfied with the 15 dollar gel one I got from some office store. However, it likes munching on skin cells and after a while it looks nasty. A good leather wrist rest might be a better investment.