Ergonomics part 1
Then I've gone through keyboards, wrist rests, key switches, mice, and other utilities that are supposed to be ergonomically and "fix this".
The delivery time was long enough so I never actually started to use it because I jumped on a groupby for the ErgoDox Infinity8 that that was launched way later but got shipped much faster. So I got two of that one as well to have one at work and one at home. They also happened to support the Matias Quiet Switches7.
I've experienced quality issues with my Matias Switches which pushed me to move back to Cherry MX or at least something Cherry MX compatible. At a Keyboard meetup I got the chance to try out an ErgoDox with Zealios V29. Which I later ordered switches for and it's now my main keyboard, together with the MX Ergo10 that replaced my previous M57011.
All this costed me a lot of money on hardware, it haven't solved all problems just magically. More has been needed.