Um, no, it feels exactly the same as the TiBook keyboard, and I find both of them more comfortable than a lot of PC Laptop keyboards.
I often neglect the Pro Keyboard on my desk in favour of the keyboard built in.
Sometimes if memory (in the upper slot) is installed improperly (in the Ti at least, not sure if this also applies to the iBook) you can get a bit of a central bulge in the keyboard, which makes for some "sqishy" areas towards the corners.
The best thing to do to find out if you like the keyboard is to go and test drive it at a retailer before buying.
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