Tourist to cab driver in New York City: "Can you tell me how to get to Carnegie Hall?" Cabbie: "Sure. Practice, practice, practice." Same goes for sending code. Practice off the air until you're confident, then turn on the transmitter and make contacts. The Bencher is a good key. I prefer the dual-lever as it allows true iambic keying that self-completes some characters by just squeezing the paddles together, and I've been doing that for so many years that I don't even remember how I started doing that. But it does save a few Calories. Many don't like that. In any case, use what you ordered and practice with it. The Bencher allows for a very light "touch," so there's no need to bang the key around. An ounce or less of pressure is really all it takes, and that's easier on your hand!