Hey everyone I just have a quick question about the keyboard cover for the Surface Pro 3... I know that in tablet mode, the keyboard is designed to flip to the back to where the keys are facing outwards. But, how about detaching it and flipping it so the keys are facing inwards against the back of the device? I haven't found any sources that say this method is officially supported by Microsoft, so I don't want to damage my device by doing so (or stretch the keyboard in a way it shouldn't be). So, is the Surface Pro 3 and its keyboard specifically designed to be used in this way? And is it actually safer than the common method of simply flipping the keyboard to the back? Also one last question, is the keyboard's internal wires sturdy enough to withstand constant attaching and reattaching? Thanks!