I've made a set of IBM-style vector graphics of Colemak boards. Let's see what the good people of the boards think!
The images are Public License: Give me credit for it if you use them, but otherwise do as you please.
US version; tinted, with index finger emphasis (and a little joke added...)
Comfort Colemak (the middle position on the lower row should be considered customizeable)
My preferred fingering in happy colors - a coffee mug piece for instance. Two keys are ambivalent - I use the left hand but I'm left handed.
I made some with huge letters on too - maybe easier to use for someone learning or advertising for the layout?
A flight of fancy, with symmetric row stagger ++... (bit of a Gimp hack)
I came to feel that reversing the middle-row stagger on the left side only and putting in a trackpoint mouse stick would improve everything a lot without being difficult to use at all. The idea came from that fingering figure above. There should be a mouse button under the track point, and the bottom-row middle key is VK_102. The longer Tab key and that ridiculously long right-hand Shift key were split to make room for more keys like Esc and ... a laptop-style NumLock, maybe?
Note how images can have a transparent background. That's nice for printing I feel - let me know if you wish a full set of those images, or any particular one.
[NOTE 2014-05: As this is an old post, the original images got taken off the net. I've reposted most of them.]