So I did this a bit backwards. Got a custom keycap set then bought a keyboard to put it on. I have gone through a gigabyte avia osmium and a corsair straffe the first of which I enjoyed and the second not so much. I currently use a ducky Shine 6 at home but this board was for work - hence the mx silent.
Firstly the build quality is excellent. It's really solid with no flex at all. The supplied keycaps seemed quite nice too but I can't speak for how good they are. Switching keycaps was easy and my Tai hao set fit perfectly as expected. I would say I prefer the way the shine 6 has extra switches for the larger keys rather than having the placeholder things like this board has but that's a minor complaint.
The mx silent switches are excellent and really make very little noise. Noise was (to my ears anyway) nicer with the custom caps since they are pbt it's more of a clunk than a click I guess but that's a matter of taste.
All in all very satisfied. I use the thing 8 hours a day for various development tasks so it gets a lot of use and can categorically say it's the nicest board to type on that I have used.