Okay, Since nobody posted, I just went ahead and tried it. I used a screwdriver to pop all the keys off. I went to put them back in place, and realized that the hooks on the backs of a few of the keys were broken. I had to use epoxy to glue them back in place. After that, I decided, well, I might as well continue, so I put them back on in Dvorak layout. The only bother is that I lost my numpad, and the numbers are all in random places, but eventually I will sand them off. If anyone else wants to do this, be sure to pry the keys from the top, not bottom or sides. here's a picture. http://s465.photobucket.com/albums/rr19/f00thead/?action=view¤t=PC020031.jpg What do you think?
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