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I got the white one, and it is actually white, not light beige. Marginally difficult finding keycaps that 100% match, but Ducky PBT shine-through are close enough. The USB-C cable has silver braiding which actually goes really well with the silver iMac. The cable is not too long, not too short, and reasonably flexible.
I put Gateron Greens onto the board, and they are a nice light clicky switch that seems to complement the white Skyloong board. No issues inserting the switches, and everything is working well so far.
Using a Mac, I cannot run the Windows-only driver software, and thus are limited to changing backlighting with hotkeys. At least this keyboard came with an instruction leaflet listing the hotkey combinations. Unfortunately it seems to get a single colour you need to select the mode that cycles the whole keyboard through the colour spectrum, then press Fn+0 to pause the effect when the desired colour appears.
The other lighting effects are pretty much what you'd expect from an RGB keyboard these days.
The only gripe is that the Fn key is where the right-Ctrl usually is, and cannot be remapped, even with the driver software. This is irritating, as my muscle memory has me using the right-Ctrl with other navigation keys on a regular basis, and I keep having to remember to move my thumb one key to the left.
A few people have commented on the logo on the front. When sitting in a normal typing position, I'm kinda looking down on the keyboard, and the logo is not really visible.
In a perfect world the logo would have been on the back of the keyboard, and the Fn key would have replaced the menu key or the right Win key, but neither of these prevents use or enjoyment of a quite reasonable keyboard.
Would recommend to a friend.