Summary: I would have bought this in black if it had been available -- or available at the same price.
Pros: Both thin and sturdy, which is an encouraging combination for a keyboard. The keys don't feel like they will cut you. Pressing them is a smooth matter, which is what a good keyboard should feature.
Cons: The keys, while smooth, are louder than you'd expect for such a nice keyboard. While this isn't an issue for me, I know others care deeply about typing noise levels. Also, the caps/scroll/num lock indicator lights are those super-bright blue LEDs, which is annoying.
Summary: I bought this for a white-colored computer build that includes Asus' VX238H-W, Bit Fenix' Prodigy, and a cheap white Microsoft mouse. It all coordinates very nicely, and I may just have to buy another one of these keyboards for myself once I deliver the machine because I've enjoyed it that much.
Pros: Fairly quiet - I expected it to be like Apple's chiclet keyboards, but the sound of the key press is a bit more hollow, a little higher pitched, but still rather quiet. Sturdy - for a light weight keyboard, it stays in place and doesn't flex, feels like a very rigid design. Good value - for the cost, and from a brand I've never heard of, I had my doubts, but this is shaping up to be an excellent purchase that I've recommended to a few friends already.
Cons: Weird layout - the insert/del, page up/down buttons are kind of smushed close to the rest of the keyboard to keep the profile small. The result is that the del key is right next to enter. This became natural over time, but can throw people off at first. No volume keys - it's incredibly hard to find a white keyboard with some volume control, would have preferred a basic volume up/down/mute and I'd be set. No adjustable 'legs' - While I personally don't use these, some ...