started grinding down the top edge (not the edge with the gap for the volume controls). I kept at it, alternating between the drill, an Exacto knife, a hacksaw, and sandpaper, until I had shaved away the edge until it was flush with the back of the holder, although not flush enough to have to ruin those staple things sticking up. Next, I ground down the bottom left little ledge of the holder (to the left of the volume keys gap) until it was flush with the body. Finally, I shaved a tiny bit off the very edge of the bottom ledge, so that it wasn't jutting so far upwards. After all this work, which took about a half-an-hour, I was left with a still-functional Nuu K1 which my Android could sit on. I added a bit of velcro to both the case and my phone, so I could comfortably remove or attach the keyboard at any time. Below you can see some images of my results.
|As you can see, I ground it down to right above the top of the staples (I had no clue if they were important to the integrity of the device, so I didn't want to harm them).|
|As you can see, the volume rocker is actually pretty accessible with the keyboard attached|
One of the things I was really worried about was whether the camera would work with the case, as I would be unable to cut a larger hole for it if necessary, as cutting into that part of the case would be cutting into the electronics and would damage it. However, as you can see below, the camera hole on the Nuu K1 actually lines up perfectly with the camera and LEDs on the HTC Sensation 4G.
SwiftKey X, I now also have adjustable auto-correct/auto-completion/spell-checking. The battery life on the keyboard seems excellent as well, as have yet to recharge it and it is still running strong. The only complaint I have matches the commonly heard one on Amazon, that the backlight for the keyboard takes too long to turn on after pulling out the keyboard (it takes about 2-3 seconds to switch on). However, it really isn't a big deal, and doesn't bother me personally at all.
EDIT 4/23/2012: Someone requested that I make a video demonstration, and since this page has been getting so many hits, I decided to do a long one to share here with everyone. See it below!