I just received my board today, and I'll be writing my initial impressions of it here.
The bamboo is great. It does have a slight smell, but that'll go away soon enough. I haven't noticed any key sticking, but others have said they have been experiencing that; although one user has posted a workaround.
The keycaps are... alright. The font is pretty nasty, and they're quite thin, but everything else about it is pretty nice.
Backlight is nice and bright, even, and comes with many modes that users will be happy with.
I purchased the tactile version and I have to say... the tactile leaf is appalling. Not really in the feel department - they feel average, with a slight bump, but certainly better than most cheap MX switches. However, my biggest issue is the way the leaf is installed. It is very loose, and results in a very nasty rattle sound on each key press. Luckily you can just take these out without any hassle (besides taking the board apart), and the linear variant of the switch is actually really nice - not very scratchy and due to the contact-less nature, are nice and smooth.
The stabilisers on the other hand... they're even worse. They are loud, cumbersome, and are too loose on any keycaps other than the default to actually stabilise any of the keys. To be honest I don't think they'd do a very good job even if they did work. If you inspect a stabilised switch closely, you'll notice that even slight uneven pressure will make it wobble.
Overall, I'm fairly happy with the keyboard. For the price, the quality of the (linear) switches are great, and the case is top-tier so far, but everything else is pretty bad.
Note; you may be able to reduce the rattle sound of the tactile keys by inserting some sort of foam or paper in-between the tactile leaf and the switch housing, but I haven't tried this as of yet. If I do, I'll comment below.