The keyboard is pretty nice. The typing experience is really satisfying and I absolutely love the sound. However, I did have a few nitpicks.
One of these is that the input is advertised as "USB-C". However, the actual input is mini B. I found this to be pretty annoying since all of my other boards are USB-C and I just use one cable for all of my boards. The information on the product page should be accurate, and as I look at the images, the cable does appear to be Mini B. Drop should really fix this issue.
The other thing is that I tried to replace the keycaps, however the stabilizers are nothing like any stabilizers I have ever seen before. They are extremely flimsy and when I took off the stabilized backspace key, the stabilizer fell apart on me and it took me nearly 30 minutes to put it back with tweezers. I ended up deciding not to replace the keycaps as it was a real pain just to replace one stabilized key.
Those are the big negatives.
On the other hand, I absolutely love the switches. I expected to need the springs to beef up the mere 35g weight, but it feels perfect for me. I went from a ~85wpm typing speed to a ~100wpm typing speed. While the stabilizers are flimsy, they don't rattle at all and really help to make the keyboard produce the deep/hollow noise that I think is just the best. The plastic case is also really nice and thick and has quite a bit of weight to it.
Overall, the board is a near perfect board with a few issues that I find may be a deal-breaker.