I am considering purchasing one of the 105-key legends, and after spending some time looking around the web I have seen that PS/2 is generally preferable because of key rollover (and potentially other advantages of interrupt versus polling.) However, as the original poster, I realize that many motherboards are coming now without PS/2 slots. I like the flexibility of the Deck to be converted, and my current motherboard supports PS/2.
Given I have little or no experience in dealing with circuitry, and lack simple tools such as a soldering iron (although I could likely borrow one from a friend,) is it preferable to purchase a USB and convert it to PS/2 for my use, or is it easier to purchase the PS/2 and perform the USB conversion if I have a motherboard without PS/2 in the future? This way I buy the right one up front
Which is easier, converting the PS/2 to USB or vice versa?