Cap V2 Milky
These. Switches. Are. Buttery. They come factory lubed, and aren't terrible stock, but I highly suggest lubing over the switches with some of your own lube if you have the time. Once lubed, they're extremely creamy, and produce a beautiful thocky sound on my kbd67 lite r3. I highly suggest watching a review of the cap v2s on Youtube (like the Keybored review mentioned in the other reviews), as it is important to understand how they've improved vs. the old cap gat switches. The housings are pretty snug, but I elected to also film the switches. They really are great, and I can't get over how well priced they are. Only 30 cents a switch for these is an absolute bargain, please use these as a starter switch!
Great switch, especially for the price.
YouTuber Keybored has a great review. But there similar to Ink Blacks V2, but tighter stem, slightly lower pitch and clackier (louder).
Deluxe Butter Bois
The real Oil Kings; solid, smooth, and buttery. Light texture, and a deeper sound than its non-CAP counterparts.
Cap V2 Milky is a seriously an underrated switch
After lubing with Krytox 205G0, filming with desk keys, and spring swapping with 50g Sprit Supreme springs; I can easily say this is my favorite switch for feel and sound. Compared to Silent Alpaca V2, Zilent, Zealios, Gateron CJ, TKC Kiwi, TKC Tangerines, Boba Gums, and NK Silks.
Compared to gateron yellow pro, they sound kinda similar. The spring is special. Expect it to be similar to a 20mm spring or springs in JWK Cobalts(Although it's not as long as 20mm). As a result, this switch has a loud and high pitched upstroke sound and a quieter bottom out sound. So yeah the switch as a whole is loud. The smoothness it close to stock JWK. It does not sound like an ink. But I will try cap golden as it is supposed to sound deeper.