Yesterday my Touch Cover keystroke sounds muted themselves and won't come back on. I made sure they are turned on in settings and that nothing weird is happening in Sound settings. I did turn on the Loudness Equalization and Surround Sound in my Sound Settings yesterday and thought that may have been it, but I turned them all back off and rebooted and still no sound on keyboard. All other sounds work properly. Any ideas? P.S., Note to MS if you are listening. Would it be possible to add an option to set keystroke sounds separately from system sounds? If I am listening to music and still want keyboard sounds I don't want the keystroke sounds as loud as the music. Duh, I mean hell, do you actually focus group ANYTHING before you push it out the door? Also how about adding an option for touch sounds when we click a link? This is Android 101 stuff guys. Every time a user does something in Windows 8 where they expect a certain behavior and it doesn't happen it's just another nail in Windows 8 coffin. Do some usability studies people. Geesh. Overall Surface Pro is an excellent device but it's the little design fails like these that drive me crazy, probably because MS obviously thinks they are a good idea. Has anyone else noticed how MS is taking control from the user? We can't set event sounds separately, we can't opt out of Modern UI, we can't boot to Desktop, we can't adjust the kickstand, we can't use anything but a hard plastic nib on the pen... we can't, we can't, we can't. Try designing some "we can" into Windows 8 and maybe it will sell.