Great design, and that's about it
It's a great looking keyboard with nice looking RGB LEDs, I admit.
Unfortunately, the Halo clear switches they sell with it have a keychatter problem (double pressing), so I was forced to spend extra money to get new switches. Admittedly, replacing them was pretty easy with the added tool for that in the box, but I shouldn't have to do this.
Another huge annoyance is if you want to customize it in any way, you have to flash a new firmware (which means fiddling with the command line, ugh), and either use the very basic online tool (every change needs cmd flashing as well), or... code it yourself in C. Yes, you heard that right. Drop expects you to know C to make custom LED effects. Hilarious.
Save yourself a hassle and just stick with bigger keyboard brands. Unless you don't need customization, won't go with Halo switches and really want this design, then why not.
Would not recommend to a friend.