Glad I finally checked out
In all honesty, MX Blue's were the first ever switch I used in a mechanical keyboard, since my first keyboard I have not had MX Blue's again, I went from razer to razer product in-house greens to the huntsman elite purple clicky optical switches, but nothing ever felt as good as the MX Blues. The click, the feel, the type, the hype. After looking at the DROP CTRL keyboard for quite some time, I finally decided to purchase it, and boy, what can I say. The aesthetic of the keyboard makes me smile every time I see it; the aluminum feel, and the metallic sparkle it has on my desk accentuates the aesthetic of my minimalist yet modern look. I know, I know, people are complaining about stabilizers amongst other things, however, for a pre-built hot swappable "custom" keyboard, would you really expect it to not have it's own flaws? Luckily, there are fixes you can do to make the keyboard more "yours" and if not completely remedy the problems people find, at least it can be half-fixed.
Typing wise (MX Blues), it threw me back to getting my first mechanical keyboard, the crisp clean clicks, the feeling of pressing the key down and feeling the accentuating force to bottom it out, it's unparalleled, I'm typically a loud person as in, I like my presence known. MX blues made me feel like a kid again, a feeling of nostalgia that has just been missing from every keyboard I've owned up until now. I also threw on some TEAMWOLF steel keykaps for [QWERASDF] and it blends really well with the default keycaps that the keyboard comes with (though I've ordered a new set). The stainless steel caps also provide a spark in typing that I thoroughly enjoy, even whilst gaming.
Performance: Don't use the mx blue's if you need quick accentuation times. I'm glad I didn't throw away my razer huntsman elite as games like Osu! definitely need faster key stroke recording. With the mx blues, I was missing notes that were quite easy just due to different timings.
Would recommend to a friend.