Summary: Great, durable stuff. The only problem is occasionally a key, or the space bar, will decide that it wants to stay pressed internally after you've pressed the key, resulting in kkkkkkkkkkkkkk until you scramble for the letter and press it again...
Summary: I've had this keyboard for almost a year now. There is some adjustment time when getting used to typing on this keyboard. For playing games it's great. For typing it's ok. I feel much more comfortable typing on it now, although in the thick of a battle, I make a lot more typos when trying to chat in...
Summary: I absolutely love this keyboard. I've been using it for many months now and it still looks and functions like new. The Cherry switches are amazing. Once you start using them, you'll never want to go back. The brushed aluminum styling is sleek and durable.
Summary: I've been using a Logitech G11 since they came out and this is very similar "feel" with the wrist rest attached (no easy feat - I've been trying to find a newer model keyboard for at least 4 years now.
LOUD as hell but still the best keyboard I've ever used
George LaMonica, Amazon
7 March 2013
Summary: Cons: LOUD typing. If you want a quiet keyboard, skip this product. Not only are the keys loud but the sound is reflected and amplified off the metal they rest on. Pros: The keys are super responsive. I almost never 'fat finger' a key. Backlighting is customizable and as bright as you'll ever need.
Summary: Fantastic keyboard. The main typing keys are a dream come true (i'm coming from a Logitech G15 - ~7 years). The cherry reds don't have any tactile feedback but they give you a satisfying clack.
Summary: This keyboard does take a little getting used to due to the Cherry MX Red switches, but I'm really comfortable with it now and wouldn't trade it for anything. BE ADVISED, THOUGH! Don't think for a minute that you will be stealth-typing with this KB.
Summary: This is an excellent keyboard overall. I've been using it for a couple of weeks now and I am happy with it. The mechanical switches gives a welcome tactile feedback when typing (although red switches have less feedback).