As you may have read in my FSP Hydro G 850W article, I was in the market for a car. I ended up buying a 2015 Chevrolet Cruze. It was kind of funny since I thought I would never buy a domestic car, and here I was purchasing from the same manufacturer as all the other cars I had driven. After many daily routes with this car, I can honestly say it is not terrible. On paper, it has average numbers across the board, and in practice, it is pretty much everything I expect. It may be missing features like lane departure warning or a sunroof, but to me it is everything I want to get from point A to B. It has also spoiled me on things like having a backup camera and USB audio, which might be standard on most cars, but something I have not seen until now. At the end of the day, I am happy with the price I paid, despite having to deal with the sloppy customer service. Do not get me wrong, this is not the best car I have driven or will ever drive, but it is adequate for the money and it works. As much as I may have wanted to get the top of the line for everything in my first car, I realized it is impossible for a recent grad like myself, and it honestly is not what I need. Similarly, as much as we love our peripherals, with mechanical keyboards and fancy mice, it really is not recommended for everyone, especially people with a tighter budget or those new to computer gaming. Cooler Master today has tried to accommodate these users with today's review unit of the Cooler Master MasterKeys Lite L Combo RGB, a mouse and keyboard combination with fancy rainbow lights. Will this keyboard still be capable in getting people typing from A to Z? Hopefully this review will answer this question, and more!