Not sure how everyone else would do it, but I use bongos bar mods because I think their binding mechanism is top notch. Basically you put things on a bar, could be hidden or not and bind them to whatever you want. You can even assign bindings directly to abilities in your spell book or macro list.
Originally Posted by Josey
On a side note, I enjoy this site quite a bit and just listened to this podcast today. I've been preaching this stuff for years!
My 2 cents. I'm in the "ESDF" movement club, with S and F still bound as "turn", but only use them in conjunction with right-click steering, which makes them behave as strafe instead of turn. I feel that ESDF gains some real estate over wasd, is more comfortable, and makes chatting seamless. I also do not have things like sit, unsheath/sheath weapon, character pane bound anymore. For example:
Z = Holy Shield
A = Consecrate
2 = SoR
3 = SoCr
4 = SoW
X = Exorcism
V = Bubble/unbubble macro
Shift-V = LoH
Alt-V = BoP macro
Wheelup = Judge (rebound camera zoom to shift+wheel)
WheelDwn = Hammer of Justice (see above)
Alt-Wheeldwn = Hammer of Wrath
middle mouse = Righteous Defense
Mouse side button1 = Vent
Mouse side button2 = cleanse
Alt-mouse side b2 = Avenger's sheild
That's a sample of how I have my bindings set up. I also do have an N52 speed pad, and I like it. The single most important thing I did when setting that up was using the D-pad at the thumb for my "modifier" keys (shift, ctrl, alt). Since I use a lot of shift+ and alt+ bindings, this made it incredibly comfortable and quick. Instead of doing some weird hand contortions to hit alt-v, its a very comfortable no-movement action.
Anyway, hopefully this is helpful to someone :) Love the site and the podcasts!