Summary: Solid build, satisfying key noise. A couple of things to keep in mind: The keys register as pressed PRIOR to reaching full travel, so if you are in the habit of resting your fingers on keys, you may find holding down a key w/o realizing it. Also, the n-key rollover on this keyboard is about the same as other USB keyboards (5 keys or so, I believe), unless you use PS/2 interface.
Summary: This is my first mechanical keyboard, and I can safely say that I will not be going back any time soon. Typing on this keyboard is a breeze. It does take some getting used to with the smaller shift key, and backslash placement but a few days and you will have it down. This thing is also built like a tank and feels like it will last a lifetime. The only thing that drives me absolutely nuts is the space bar.
Summary: I like it. I NEED clicky feel otherwise I mess up royally, because I am a lousy typist. It's solid and heavier than the plasticky stuff most computers come with. The space bar on mine s louder than I like and it feels like either the red switch under the bar is not solid or that the position of the bar on the switch is precarious. The red switch are a bit higher than the black ones. I like it, but I won't buy another one.
Summary: I bought this keyboard as a Mechanical Keyboard I can take to work to replace works horrible Dell Membrane boards. I did get the Red Switch version. I'm actually Typing from it right now! This keyboard is a nice keyboard. Solid in construction. The Red switches are amazing to type on. Super smooth and they take no pressure at all for the key to register. You could touch type if you practiced enough. It works nice at my work since I'm at a bank.
Summary: This thing is wired, which I personally like.
Pros: I type a lot, so I bought this keyboard in with the Cherry Black switches, instead of the Cherry Red. It's been good for games, but it's been GREAT for typing. I have always loved a good mechanical keyboard, because it keeps me from banging when I type.
Cons: I agree with others that the left Windows key being removed is a little disorienting at first. I got over it quickly.
Summary: High quality keyboard with nice cherry red switches. The cherry red switches are non-tactile meaning you can't feel the point where the key press is actually registered. For FPS games this would be great, but for SC2 and typing in general it's a little too easy to accidentally press a key more than once and mess up my game. My one other gripe is the keyboard is kind of tall and wasn't very comfortable for me.
Summary: I replaced my Razor keyboard with this and havent looked back, it works wonders for my high level of StarCraft II, I just wish the Cherry Red version would have come out sooner, or that a Brown Switch version would hit the market!
Summary: I bought this keyboard mainly for the fact that it is a mechanical keyboard. I also bought it because it's a clean keyboard and I got really surprised how a mechanical keyboard can improve your typing speed! Very good purchase.
Pros: mechanical keyboard, a keyboard that is a keyboard (not any kind of ugly camo-stylish with weapons drawing on it)