Apple has done it again. It has released a patch overlapping with my blog entry complaining about a bug, but this time, Apple beat me to posting the entry, so I can't claim credit for the fix. I'm also not the least bit sure that the fix and my trouble are related, but I have a reason to report the MacBook Pro Software Update 1.1 as newsworthy.
The MacBook Pro Software Update 1.1 patch addresses "a temporary suspension of keyboard input which can last a minute or longer." That's familiar.
I've been trying to narrow this bug, or something like it, down to a particular app or kernel extension, or to some newness in Leopard. My best suspect was the recent pairing with a new Plantronics A2DP (Bluetooth Stereo) headset, which did knock my MacBook Pro loaner quite wobbly in other respects.
A2DP is still problematic, as I'll relate to you. But at least now I can tease trouble related to Bluetooth Stereo from a known hardware bug.