Gorgeous styling, but not a huge fan of the XDA profile
The keycaps do look gorgeous. After I mounted them on a white Durgod K320 I couldn't help but to keep starring at the finished product because it looked so elegant.
Once I started typing, I felt a little bit dissapointed. I'm new to mechanical keyboards, so I had no idea about different keycap profiles that are available on the market (if you are a newbie, search for "keycap profile comparison" in google images). My Durgod has MX Blue switches, and I don't like the combination of these switches with the XDA keycaps. I don't know how to describe it precisely, but since the Blue switches requiere a lot a force, it feels like the very flat keycaps offer little grip to my fingers to confidently register a click.
It's a shame because I love the K320, but I think I'll put the original keycaps on, and reserve these keycaps for a keyboard with softer/quicker witches.
That said, if you like the the feel of the XDA profile, then go a ahead a buy this set, because it really is as gorgeous and elegant as the pictures suggest, and the build quality is top notch.
Edit: One thing I forgot, I wish the TKL set that I bought included the one 1.75 U shift keycap so that the set would work on 65% and 75% keyboards. It's literally the only keycap that is missing, since the XDA profile is not staggered and has the exact same profile for all the rows.
Would recommend to a friend.