For my March Madness project I dived deeper into a hobby I had already enjoyed for quite some time, Mechanical Keyboards. During the course of my project I wrote a guide book about keyboards, interviewed one of my favorite keyboard content creators, streamed a keyboard build on twitch, practiced soldering, and learned how to use a software called blender to make my own keycap sets. Although I had been interested in mechanical keyboards before, this project gave me the time and space to really dive deep and explore parts of the hobby and community that I had previously not thought of. At first, my driving question was how I could teach people about a topic that I am passionate about. I wrote my informational guide that I would have found helpful if I had just learned about this hobby. I then went out of my comfort zone when I decided to add parts to my book that someone already invested into the hobby would enjoy. I interviewed one of my favorite keyboard streamers, Alexotos and added it as an element of my book. Later, when I streamed my build on twitch, Alex and 2 other keyboard streamers came by to watch. This was a surreal experience to me and came as a complete surprise. They were nothing but supportive and friendly and looking back on it I still cannot believe it happened. One skill that I sharpened over the course of my project was soldering and after finishing my stream where I practiced this skill, I felt way more confident. A new skill I picked up was using the 3D rendering software to make my own keycap sets. This was a totally new part of the hobby that I had not explored previously. I had always been a consumer but now I had tried designing. If I were to continue my project which I see myself doing as I am still interested in keyboards is to go farther in designing my sets and gauge community feedback and input. Overall I am proud of my work and I had a lot of fun doing this project.