Quality board for a reasonable price.
I've been using mechanicals since I got my hands on 2 old IBM M keyboards many moons ago. When mechanicals started to become popular recently I first got a razer then a ducky KB and used those for a while then turned into a laptop warrior. Fast forward a few years and during the pandemic I went back to working on a proper desktop rather than a laptop when everything was locked down. Went through a couple 'cheap' mechanicals then got a Epomaker GK87. Was happy enough with that but when I noticed some non group buy aluminum chassis KB's were starting to become available I kept my eyes open. Finally picked up the Monsgeek M3 for my birthday. You can certainly spend anywhere from a little to a lot more depending on your wants and tastes but for my needs at this price point this KB is a winner. Assembly was fairly painless and with some Akko switches and keycaps off Amazon the whole package came in just under $200.
Great keyboard, great value
You guys must be somehow connected to McDonalds because so far with this keyboard “I’m lovin’ it”. This is the first keyboard that I didn’t have assembled for me in advance and the whole process, although a bit time consuming because it was my first time, was very easy. Used all the foam and tape provided and installed akko cream yellow v3 switches and it’s easily the best sounding/most satisfying typing experience so far. Also has a nice weight to it and a very premium feel. 10/10 would recommend.