This message is also for the THEC64 Team,
With a replica C64c case (I believe it is possible to make a suitable C64 breadbin case for the Keyrah v2) and use a Keyrah v2 from individual computers and a real C64 keyboard. If the actual original keyboards can be effectively reproduced using Cherry mechanical keys and made it work 100% for original C64 but also for these Mini's it would be a nice buy for those seeking the more authentic feel of the C64 keys. Key caps can be printed with all the proper key letters and symbols. I would go with the idea of printing on the front face of the keys the C= graphic symbols and on the top, the letters of the keys as they would on real C64 but also in an offsetted color(s), differently mapped PC key binding. With a side panel with joystick ports, power switch and an barrel hole jack port with a changeable plate for regular C64 motherboard so the case can also be used for that. Making room for people who may also want to get an Ultimate C64 from Gideon or any of the C64 Reloaded line by individual Computers Gmbh.
One thing that positive contributors to the overall Commodore community is being good neighbors in business as well. Find ways to make positive leads to other Commodore related businesses. There shouldn't be two Commodore communities but one cohesive community.
These other offering opportunities are just a little bit of side-offerings that can help make THEC64 team be more accepted by long term Commodore users and businesses who probably have more right to claim on these trademarks than even the so called current owner given how many times the trademarks had been abandoned, we have right to claim the trademarks due to our ongoing use of them when so many had done nothing. As for THEC64 trademarks, who cares. Keep in mind, earn your place among the Commodore community by doing good work.
We've done probably more to keep the Commodore IP viable due to our efforts to continue to develop hardware and software for the Commodore and Amiga then THEC64 and virtually any of the holders of the Commodore/Amiga IP since Commodore and maybe ESCOM. Whether THEC64 Team does enough to earn their place in the community of developers and become well-regarded and build relationship throughout the Commodore community, that is still to seen. Relationship isn't about money itself.
We're that community that kept this technology alive for all these years.
I hope the THEC64 team doesn't forget that because we were the people who made C64 successful in the first place and a number of us continued to keep it alive through our efforts. For what it is worth, there wouldn't have been the C64 DTV (remember Jeri was one of us and we still consider her one of us and it was the community that encouraged her passion that lead to the CommodoreOne, the C64DTV and other works of hers.) It doesn't just happen in a void. We're the community that made the CMD product line because CMD was part of that community. It's not just a community of users. It's also a community of developers/makers.
Don't forget to support and connect with the very community. Perhaps the THEC64 Mini itself isn't necessarily something for all C64 users but there maybe reasons it can be used and hacked to put a C64DTV inside it (or Hummer)
Make new real C64 keyboard and maybe also reproduction C64 cases as side items that people can buy and use with Keyrah v2 and use with their PC/Mac running emulators. Perhaps, help also make the working with a C64 emulator more authentic experience. A C64 keyboard that plugs into the PC via USB for PCs and Macs and other modern systems running emulators that can work either directly via USB and also a kind that plugs into traditional C64 motherboards. The price is worth it for that experience in my opinion. Don't overproduce, though. Scale with demand.