Scissor switch is the best
ETA: I guess I agree with this guy lol https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2018/07/stuff-mechanical-why-your-next-keyboard-should-be-a-scissor-switch/
Ok I just found out that scissor switch isn't considered "mechanical" but hey, it's still mechanical in the broader sense.
I'm trying to go from wired to wireless and found that mechanical has taken over the high end keyboard community. I got a big Cherry MX tester and none of them feel as good as my trusty scissor switch (Enermax Caesar). It's kind of like Cherry MX Tactile Gray, except with much shorter travel and much more tactile. The recovery is much more crisp. I also like the low profile keys better as you can feel between the keys more comfortably vs the deeper canyons between standard size keycaps.
Another advantage of scissor switch is that it's also a stabilizer. No wobbliness compared to even $200 mechanical keyboards.
So I'll be trying out the Logi Craft and MS Sculpt, forgoing RGB and replaceable keycaps because the feel of the switches is my top priority. And low profile, tactile, crisp keys are awesome for typing. I get the feeling most people haven't gotten to experience it. Perhaps low profile Kailh has some potential but they're only available in blue.
Here's hoping scissor switch makes a comeback and that you guys get to try it out.