Poor QA and service; there's better out there
My CTRL arrived with one of the stabilizers missing one of its magnetic inserts that slot into the keyboard. This means that one of the stabilizers moves horizontally with even slight movements of the board, moving the entire board. Not the biggest issue, but I did send a support request about getting one of those complete stabilizers.
However, a larger concern is that the R key does not have PCB inputs. I discovered this while pulling the stocks switches to insert a set of Holy Pandas, and the attached photo shots an empty key slot, with the E key to the left for comparison with the expected inputs. Since this renders the keyboard unusable, I put in another support request to Drop, however I'm still waiting on a reply to either ticket after 2+ days now.
Supremely disappointed with the keyboard and Drop and wouldn't recommend anything.
I attempted to return my CTRL, and the support agent said they would issue a replacement as soon as there was movement seen on my RMA shipping label. Turns out they ran out of boards by the time I had shipped it back as they hadn't bothered to even earmark a board for me. The only options I was given was a refund, or wait till new boards are ever made. Pretty lame, Drop.
Would not recommend to a friend.