"The 1up60hse PCB features a 60% ANSI layout, which I believe is fairly standard and it looks just like the main group of keys on a full-size or tenkeyless keyboard, where the alphanumerics and modifiers are. There are no additional keys present, like the arrow keys or navigation keys, so to access those I will need to use layers. (While the difference from the NK65 with its arrow and navigation keys is apparent as I type on this now, I am adapting to it pretty quickly.) This is also a hot-swap PCB, so no soldering was required to put it together, and I can easily pull out and replace switches if I wish to. While it does support per-key LED backlighting, that will require soldering them into place, but the board does have RGB underglow LEDs pre-installed."