Originally Posted by Paradigm84
If you wanted keycaps that won't fade or lose the lettering then you'll have to go for dyesub or doubleshot keycaps, both are fairly rare to find as stock on mechanical keyboards.
If you'd like to make changes to reflect the lack of RGB boards, then I'll make some recommendations.
The CM Storm Stealth KB's may be a compromise to this. While they are probably not dyesub or doubleshot, the keys are not printed on the top of the cap so they will not rub off from repeated use. The only issue with this however is that the keys are not backlit, which is something that he was looking for. So unfortunately, unless they come out with an illuminated stealth, a board with the keycaps you mentioned would be mandatory.
Now for the main reason I was posting in this thread again. A while back, you had given me suggestions on a board. I had ultimately decided on the CM Storm QF TK. I wanted to share with you and everyone else here that this board is very nice. It feels sturdy and the blues sound and feel nice to type on. The weirdest thing about this keyboard is the size of it. The photos on Newegg do not do it justice, as this KB is the same size as a TKL keyboard. I only have two gripes about this board. One, it is somewhat awkward to have to turn the num lock off in order to use the arrow keys. Two, for some reason the arrow keys are not illuminated when the num lock is on, and when the number lock is off, only the arrows are illuminated. So essentially you do not have illumination on the 0, 00, period, or 2 keys.
Overall, I am pleased with this board, and I appreciate the help that I have been given making a decision towards getting it. So thanks again!