There's a few MX-Brown options out there.
Filco's are a bit overpriced for what you get.
Das Model S Professional Silent has MX-Browns and a USB Hub in it. It's NKRO (like any good board should be) and the cable is plenty long (6.6 Feet / 2 Meter)
- If you have a student email or student ID you can get a student discount from Das bringing the price to ~$100
There's also the
, which comes with MX-Browns, NKRO, Ability to change the "Windows"-key to "Ctrl", Zowie RTR*, multimedia controls, and a long cable.
The Zowie RTR is basically a function (that only works when connected to PS/2 ports) that allows a single keypress to be registered 2x, 4x, 6x, or 8x.
So in an RTS, a single key can be hit, but it would tell the computer it was actually pressed 8 times if you had it on the 8x mode.
I'd take either of those boards over a Filco. Weight between all the keyboards is about the same though.