I just got my first iPad a few days ago, and as I already owned this keyboard, I decided to use them together. I'm a touch typist, so I'm still getting used to the placement of a few of the keys. However, that is something I experience EVERY time I migrate to a new or different keyboard, so that's par for the course IMO.
The one thing that I had to do, by way of adjusting to its use, was to find something flat to put in my lap. I like to use a wireless keyboard in my lap as I sit on the sofa. My laptop sits on a TV tray and I use a wireless keyboard for it in this way. When I tried to use the Verbatim keyboard in my lap, I found that the central hinge flexes a little bit under pressure when there's nothing supporting the center of the keyboard. This was throwing my typing off. So I got something sturdy and flat to rest the keyboard on. End of problem. Now I can type in my lap all I want.
I seriously like the fact that the audio playback keys can be used to navigate in a YouTube video. I like the HOME button, also. I'm glad I am reading the review that mtnmedic wrote, though, because otherwise, I wouldn't have known about the uses of the Menu key. That's a nice feature.
I am using a separate, inexpensive iPad stand that I got for $5 at Five Below, a discount store in my area that sells items for $5 or less. The combination of that stand and this keyboard are enough to allow me to take my time in deciding which keyboard/case combination I would like to invest in. *IF* I decide to invest in one at all. That's going to depend on how I feel after I put some mileage on this Verbatim keyboard... if my existing setup really works well for me, maybe I won't even need a keyboard case.