Hey! Wanted to see what Nex' thoughts were on the beautiful, boogeyman of wallets & bank accounts everywhere that are Mechanical Keyboards Now, for the uninitiated, you're probably sitting there right now thinking "What the ****'s this guy on about? Mechanical Keyboards? What's different between these things and the cheap ass $20 one right in front of me?" Here's that explanation: "A mechanical keyboard is a keyboard built with high quality, typically spring activated, key switches. These key switches vary based on the keyboard’s application or user preference." "Most common keyboards use cheap rubber dome switches as opposed to Mechanical Keyboards which use high quality mechanical switches. Mechanical switches can vary quite a bit, but most contain individual springs and are consistently higher in quality than rubber dome switches. The keyboard framing, key rollover*, printing / etching, key plastic, PCB board, LED lighting (sharpness and brightness), and a slew of other features are also generally far superior in Mechanical Keyboards." * Key Rollover is how many keys you can press simultaneously at the same time; you can learn more about that here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rollover_(key) Still not convinced? Read This: https://www.reddit.com/r/buildapcsa...sair_vengeance_k65_compact/cgyt0n7/?context=3 comment thread If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments I'll do my best to answer! Now; for those who own any; which ones? Which Switches? I have a Logitech G710+ w/ Cherry MX Browns but now want a board w/ MX Clears; got close to getting a Pok3r w/ MX Clears for $90 from someone here in BC but I guess it fell through? No idea what happened there, but I'll keep searching!