BWU's have problems with stabilizers being weak, same with the Xarmor. Deck has better stabilizers, and their key caps are the best LED key caps that are available in a mainstream board. Their customer service is right here in the U.S so you can mail your board back for repairs. Reportedly, Deck's customer service has always been more than fair; supporting mods as well.
Their LED's reportedly also cost like 80 cents a piece. They put a lot of money into their plastic base, and overall a lot of money into their boards. Profits are about 5%-10% max. They don't make a whole lot of money. They also don't waste money on marketing their products. All of their money goes into the product itself.
BWU is no where close to a Deck in quality. One of the annoying things about a BWU is the glossy case (which I would never accept). The main thing that stops Deck sales in my opinion is not having any "light" switches. Both the blacks, and clears are not really the best to type on (going by popular opinion) as the brown, and blues are (or even reds) are better. So Deck would have made a good decision for themselves to sell a brown switch (or red) instead of clear.
Also, the keys are not slanted for the Deck which can be more of a problem for typist, than gamers. Lastly, Razor is funny in how they made the BWU with blues. Blues are not the best for gaming (for repeated strokes) and they are in my opinion extremely annoying at late night hours while gaming. During the day they are fine, during late at night they take their toll on you.
I would still take a Deck a thousand times over a BWU. I would take either a toxic, or a tactile clear. They are worth the money for an excellent cherry board.
Edited by Trueepower - 8/13/11 at 1:56pm