Despite the initial Drop stating that this would be delivered in late October, I was pleasantly surprised to have received the keyboard today. It's definitely a different feel from mechanical switches with a very smooth but tactile actuation--honestly, I am digging this a lot. Below is a photo of the keyboard but with the keycaps replaced with another set:
Does anyone know what the "M" with the circle around it indicates (it is side printed on the Pause/Break key)--I see that pressing Fn + Pause/Break turns on the right most indicator light, but I'm not sure what it's for.
Edit: Actually, in retrospect, it may stand for "Modifier" and reflects when the keyboard as been re-programmed using their software. Although, as a previous user stated, it does not seem like the programmable software is available for these 2019 keyboards.