@tator tot, i had a look at steelseries website earlier and it says a 2 year warranty and also razer gives a 2 year warranty.
Just found this post somewhere:
"ASX (diagonal move and comms)
WDE (diagonal move and open door)
SDC (diagonal move and try to crouch)
WAQ (diagonal move and toss grenade)
CTRL-AQ (crawling and toss grenade)
ESDF variations with other keys (for ESDF players)
ARROW KEY cluster and a bunch of other keys (for you lefties)
CAPSLOCK-LSHIFT-S If you using the Capslock for CTRL this particular key combo can be a pain while doing some general software. Interestingly enough this key combo PASSES on Unicomp Spacesavers. Don’t assume the behavior of all 2KRO keyboards are the same. In this case Unicomp must use a different matrix to pick up the Windows keys and so it fails WAX, a combo that passes in the IBM Model M.
All work except CTRL-AQ.
2 key rollover on the arrow keys.
Space bar doesn't effect rollover much when compared to without spacebar.
And... well, I can't test everything. It has better n-key than a typical keyboard, but it is definitely not n-key and optimization is pretty much limited to the WASD and equivalent clusters, excluding the arrow keys."
Back to switches, am i understanding it correctly that i.e
MXblue = Clicky/tactile response so you can feel/hear the actuation point
MXblack = no click and no tactile response so you only hear it when you bottom out
MXbrown = tactile response at actuation point but no click
Is that right? I see the SS 7g and like it more and more but the black with no feedback seems a bit pointless, and the razer BW has a glossy finish (seriously what idiot designed the aesthetics, glossy + hands!?) and it seems mxblue can have a problem with double tapping.
Its so hard to decide on a switch when i cant go anywhere to try some out!