An acrylic/poly case with RGB underglow is the one thing ive always wanted to try, they just look amazing when lit up.
But yeah, unfortunately the noxary PCB is far from a standard PCB in both the footprint (length/width) being slimmer than normal, just like the Zeal 60. Notice how there isnt even enough room to have the stabilizer holes fully surrounded by the PCB material on both. Additionally, the noxary PCB has an extended USB C port that goes out a few mm further than a standard port in order to be flush with the UCB C hole on the case. There are still a few issues when using the Zeal 60 in the X60 R case, but I was able to get around that problem by finding these USB C cables that have really long plugs, as well as taking a dremel to the inside of the case. Google USB C 10mm extended long tip and you will see them, they look kind of funny, but that was the only way I can make this setup work.
That leaves me with the ultimate gaming keyboard in my eyes, if there is such a thing as a gaming keyboard. WKL so I never hit the windows key and have a larger control key for more comfort when crouching in games, RGB backlighting so I can see the keyboard better in the dark, remapping of course, and the Z60 R has just about the lowest front edge to any custom keyboard out there which makes it a lot more comfortable for gaming especially when paired with DSA keycaps.