I have been using an extremely old Kensington keyboard and mouse to do my gaming on, for a very long time, and it's starting to show it's age, as some keys tend to get stuck, and there are an increasing amount of them that don't even work. My mouse is still pretty much functioning aside from it's horrid battery life, so I decided I am just going to replace both of them. I've already purchased a cheap Dynex mouse that I have used on several other machines and has never given me any trouble, and even has multiple buttons aside from your standard scroll wheel, and of course right and left mouse buttons, but I'm not sure what to do about the keyboard. It seems you can get a "gaming keyboard" starting for as little as $30 or $40 on newegg, but they go up to well over $100. I know there are different response times for different keyboards and stuff as well as the ability to press 20 some odd keys at once, without trouble in game, on the more expensive ones, but is there any real need for all that? Can anybody recommend something that will last and won't cost me a fortune?