Overall this keyboard is great. The PCB was thought out extremely well, and is highly extensible to various different key size layouts on the bottom row, as well as support for a few different options for the higher rows as well, including iso support if desired. The PCB was also high quality, really no complaints on the pcb-side except the usb-c port, which is not supported very well.
All stress to the usb c port goes directly to the dainty surface mount soldering of the usb-c port, and with the way the case is layed out, it's extremely easy to torque the cable. Some sort of re-inforcement like hard foam or putty or something is highly recommended.
Additionally, there are under-mounted LEDs, which cannot be seen at all. It probably would've been better just to leave them out, as they do literally nothing.
The stabilizers that come with the board aren't great, but also aren't terrible. I would HIGHLY recommend lubing them, as I tested without lubing first, and there was pretty significant rattle in some keys, particularly the space bar on one side which made it very annoying. After lubing they work great, it's just unfortunate that they're the PCB push-pin type, as they are prone to breaking (as one of mine did in shipping). Fortunately, they shipped with an extra stabilizer.
The case is amazing and one of the heaviest/sturdiest cases I've ever seen for a keyboard besides some custom-milled ones I've seen people make. The keyboard literally feels like 2 bricks jammed together, which is awesome.
Programming the board with QMK is easy, just use the melody96 templates, then there's nothing else unexpected.
Overall, would highly recommend. Only true bummer is the poorly supported usb-c port, which can be remedied manually.
Would recommend to a friend.