Great sound but some are overlubed
I'm currently using these switches in my CannonKeys Bakeneko65 with a Aluminum plate, they feel pretty nice to type on and aren't too tactile or too light of a tactile, the sound is more on the clacky side and doesn't have any noticeable scratch but maybe a slight bit of spring ping or leaf ping, I can't tell but I noticed that a lot of my switches came overlubed and had a mushy bottom out because the lube was on the stem pole, I suggest never lubing inside the hole in the bottom housing or the stem pole, I had to open them up to remove the excess lube with a brush and a cloth. other than the overlubing they are great switches
What can I say - I'm addicted
Love these switches and love how quickly Divinikey gets them to me when I'm jonsing for them.
Awesome after being hand lubed
After spending a few hours to take them apart and lube them by hand I placed them into my board and after a bit of typing was very pleased with the feel and sound of these switches. The bump isn't to pronounced and for my fingers gives a good level of resistance that I know when I'm pressing the keys without accidental presses. RGB shine-through is great and the pale green stem fits my aesthetic.
Hopping good switch
I'm just a couple of years into the hobby but these have quickly become my favorite switch. They feel good and sound good to me.