Now I'm noticing more issues, where sometimes I hit quite hard, bottom out the key, and yet still it doesn't register, and it is getting very annoying. It seems to be lots and lots of keys doing this, and I'm not sure why, I think it might be defective switches? You're not imagining things... I think I'll have to get a key pressed all the way down, at a moment where it's not registering, with the whole thing opened up, and somehow test it with a multimeter at the same time to see whether it's a problem with the switch or not.
Follow up, it is not a problem with the switches. Even when I have a key held, which upon pressing did not create the desired letter, and upon being held is not spamming the desired letter... multimeter reads that the switch is working correctly. The switch is closed, yet the computer is not registering the key press. This is a major issue. I have had so many problems with this keyboard, from the atrociously defective stabilizers to the myriad problems being caused by the defective default firmware, and defective firmware being created by the configurator. That, or defective microcontroller, but firmware seems more likely. Dropping key presses is entirely unacceptable, I sent an email about the various gripes I have with the keyboard. Which is the firmware and the stabilizers. Edit again, there is also an issue of keys getting stuck in the pressed state when I'm gaming, especially tab (middle left for me) and WASD (corresponding to ,aoe on DSK layout).