Originally Posted by Genkaz92
I do sense a certain amount of resistance when pressing it, it actually feels quite nice. I am still not certain what people meant by "not bottoming out" a tactile key, so far I am under the impression that buckling springs were designed to be bottomed out, it is definitely not a bad thing though, I already appear to be liking these things better then MX blacks, they are generally smoother, and have an overall nicer smoother feel to it while being very responsive and pleasant at the same time. I am also ridiculously accurate on this keyboard so far, I typed this whole paragraph without virtually making a single spelling error.
I make far fewer typographical errors on my Filco Majestouch Tactile Click as well. That was actually one of the first things I noticed when I switched from rubber dome to the Tactile Click. And then when I started hovering my wrists while typing, my accuracy improved even more. Now the only time I make a typographical error is just from being human. I mean, typos are no longer caused by my keyboard!
Regarding bottoming out: now that I've seen your description of the way it feels to type on the Model M and how it seems to be difficult to avoid bottoming out, this animating gif makes much more sense to me:
It made sense before, but I can actually clearly see what you're talking about. So damn: you are very, very good at explaining things.