All good Matt - the board with paddles looks the business and could provide a helping hand and encouragement to Morse Students I’m sure, as well as some experience in constructing it.
The jury is out on whether its use is a good method for Morse students to use an electronic paddle key when learning how to send correctly spaced Morse characters. Most of us “old school” hams who had to pass a Morse test to get an HF licence, served our time learning how to do it on a hand key which was used to test us on - in my case this test was conducted by a UK Government employed Marine Surveyor at Liverpool in 1981. Thinking back, any ham who got an HF licence and who did not put away the Morse key in a drawer and forget about it, but used it from the day the ticket came in the post, tended to move over to a paddle key when they were able to send and receive at between 15 and 20 WPM. I would be interested to know what the experts at the Graz CW school think is the right way to build up their skill in the early stages - hand key or paddle? I assume the Morserino board has provision to plug in a hand key to allow its use. .
I can see the connection between Music and Morse mentioned in the flyer and the importance OE6RDD attaches to copying the Morse in ones head rather than writing it down.