I love the fact that I can choose the colours of each keycap, how well made the keyboard feels, and the great packaging. One complaint would be that going from a membrane keyboard, this one is quite high, but I can get used to it. (Posted on 2/20/17)
I really love my Model M with it's buckling spring goodness, but the MX Blues on this feel great. The customisation of keycaps has really helped me while attempting to learn Programmers Dvorak (which has now become my favourite layout). Definitely would recommend these keyboards to my circles. (Posted on 2/3/17)
I'm enjoying my keyboard so far. Still taking a little time to get used to it. The keys have a little bit of texture and the key edges feel sharpish. I would have preferred a glossy smooth key as on my previous keyboard. It's not a big deal, probably won't even notice after a while. (Posted on 1/30/17)
Fully satisfied with my purchase. Its compact, solid, and the features are really a nice touch (who uses Caps-lock anyway? mapped to CTRL for gaming). Not to mention that sweet, sweet clickity-clack of them mx greens, much ASMR. I also recommend getting the wrist rest, really comfortable; same height as keyboard makes typing a breeze. (Posted on 1/30/17)
The keyboard really feels solid. Love the weight and the way it sits immovable on the desk.
I wasn't sure which switches were right for me. But as I wanted to use it in the office I selected something that wouldn't annoy my colleagues: the MX clear switches. (I also added the sound dampeners, just to make sure.) My colleagues can confirm that it isn't any louder than before.
The blank layout really helps with blind typing and makes it also easier to switch between US layout and German layout (no distraction by misleading labels on the keys any more).
I just ordered one more for my PC at home. (This time without sound dampeners and with MX green switches. :-)) (Posted on 1/25/17)