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I've been touch typing in QWERTY for about 10 years. I learned Dvorak about 3 years ago, but gave it up eventually b/c of difficulties with shortcuts (ctl-Q,ctl-X,ctl-C,ctl-v) and moving the curly braces killed when I tried to program. I was going through wikipedia the other day looking at the Dvorak entry and found a link talking about Colemak which seems great because it seems to avoid both those problems.
In QWERTY according to http://labs.jphantom.com/wpm/ I type around 75-80 wpm right now. And TypeFaster suggests I type around 35 wpm.
I've been using TypeFaster about 2 hours a day to learn Colemak and currently type about 28 wpm on lesson 3.
I look forward to becoming faster and more accurate!