Saved my NJ80 build
I used to be a clicky switch guy and had cherry mx blue switches on a coolermaster keyboard for about 8 years. When I got sick of that keyboard last year I decided to try other switches and dabble in custom keyboards. 2 RK84's, 1 NJ80 and a Niz atom 87 later Id say I'm mostly happy. I have boba U4 (silents), kailih speed copper/bronze switches, and some other free switches I never used and I wasn't happy with any of those switches. I tried these after watching some videos and my god my keyboard has been saved, I love typing on my NJ80 now with these. They sound thicc but not cheap and feel so satisfying. Now I need 2 find 2 other switches to replace the boba u4's and copper bronze's on my RK84's. Its hard to say if these are better than the niz's electrocapacitive switches but they are their own experience. You wont be upset if you buy these switches, I am in love with them and the price makes me even more happy.
Overlubed and overrated
My batch was awful, some of the switches were basically drowning in lube and others had barely any. Had to open every switch to remove lube which was not fun - I'd rather just get unlubed switches and hand lube them myself. Extremely disappointing batch, I assume others got better batches because these switches seem to get a lot of good reviews in general but based on the batch I got I cannot recommend them.
Excellent smooth feeling switch
These switches are great value, extremely smooth. Many of the switches came with bent pins, so be careful and inspect the pins before installing.
Absolutely amazing for the price
The G Pro 2.0 switches are easily top 3 best value switches on the market. The factory lube is only applied to the stem rails with a light but noticeable coat, and while it certainly has inconsistencies the overall application isn't too bad. Sound isn't anything special, but thankfully I can't detect any leaf ping or spring crunch. I highly recommend picking up some of these switches if you're looking for an excellent low-cost option.