Great first "enthusiast" kit...
It's a great keyboard, just be aware that it's not bouncy like the Q1 or Q2 out the box. It has a heavy steel plate and plate foam that mutes everything. I'll be looking into a pom plates to fix this issue. I'll be experimenting with all the different case filling and acoustic materials included. Honestly if you set this in front of me I would guess it was at least $300. Keychron is REALLY showing how ludacrisly high the margins are on group buys and pre-orders. If they can put this out for $149 MSRP and still make money, where's the $50 upcharge for "e-white" on other boards come from, when the anodizing on these is immaculate for the $? It's a great board. NOTE: I would recommend using the stabs completely stock with some 205 on the sliders of the stabs. They were totally dry except grease on the wire elbows, so I put some 3204 in the rear and now they're overloobed! Great board, even better price!
My current main KB! hasnt left my desk! FAST SHIPPING AS ALWAYS TOO!
If you're looking for a Keychron keeb, buy from Divinikey instead!
I live in California, and the keyboard arrived in about three days which was amazing, and the greatest thing is that you don't pay an outrageous $30 shipping fee that Keychron charges. I've purchased from Keychron before, and the shipping time and cost are extensive. Keychron's customer service is horrible also. If you're okay with the product offering, go with Divinikey ALL THE WAY.
Perfect $200 keyboard
Paired it with some box white switches and generic pbt caps. So, so much nicer than any keyboard I had in the past. Makes a lovely dampened "tick" instead clacky sound of all my other keyboards with blue switches. VIA software is insanely simple to use and really comprehensive.
A heft of a board.
I loved how fast Divinikey delivered this board and I love it. This board was heavier than I thought so it's got lots of heft and weight. Very entry friendly board.