Originally Posted by Davayy
If your loving your current board, then there is no real reason to switch.
Go with what you feel comfortable with.
Yeah, perhaps no need to spend money as I am quite happy with mine.
Originally Posted by axipher
That's the big probelm I had, not many people I know have mechanicals so trying out switches wasn't an option for me. I ended up getting an insane deal on my MX Red Filco on here from another member when my G110 finally died.
It took a while to get use to having no feedback other than bottoming out. But once I learned how to type without pushing the keys all the way down, I was on my way to a glorious typing experience.
The build quality of my Filco is astounding though, compared to most keyboards I've used, the plastic is a little thicker and much stronger, barely able to flex it at all; the base is nice and heavy; PCB is super clean and well laid out with nice thick traces, and all components are very secure from the switches themselves to the 3 LED's on the top right. The only problem I have is the feet on the back. They stick out almost perpendicular to the base so if I push back in the keyboard slightly, the feet flip back down, easy fix though with a pirce of tape, but annoying at LAN parties.
I sometimes think if I should get a backlit mechanical but than come to conclusion that I really don't need it as I am typing without looking at the keyboard.
Also God Bless mechanical keyboards and I never ever miss a key while typing. Its rare.
With my old Logitech G110, I used to miss keys.
I thought about getting the Gigabyte's mechanical keyboard but than decided not to. I dont believe the build quality will be as good as mine.