I finally got myself to order one of these after considering it for a year or two. I was hesitating because of the price (compared to Japan) + shipping from the UK. But what the hell, we only live once, so why wouldn't I spoil myself with something nice once in a while.
Coming from a rubber dome low profile keyboard I used for the past 15 years or so, it's a completely different world. Brown switches feel just like I imagined (I have nothing to compare it to except some Razer with MX Blues I tried at my friend a few years ago) and the typing sounds so satisfying it makes me want to ramble nonsense so I can type more and more. The keyboard is heavy and will NOT move anywhere. It feels solid like a brick, no bending, no flex, nothing.
I use it with included PS2 adapter, N-Key rollover test showed 38 or so keys at once, I did not bother to try for more for obvious reasons.
Shipping to EU was 5 working days (shipped the same day as I placed the order), packaging was nice and secure. Included nail file and beer coaster from the seller are a nice little touch and actually useful for me (that reminds me I should get a beer).
No complaints so far after using it for 1 hour (haha), except for missing multimedia keys and calculator shortcut key (but I knew exactly what I'm buying, so it's fine). The lower-tier quality plastic used in keys, that some reviews are mentioning, might be a valid concern for the price, but the keyboard costs only 100 EUR in Japan, and for that price, I'd say it's impossible to beat. Import duties and shipping costs are not Filco's fault.
Thanks to The Keyboard Company for pleasant purchase. Like the guy before me mentioned it's not easy to find one with US layout in Europe, so I'm glad there is a company that stocks it and is very legit at the same time. And if you are still hesitating after carefully weighing all its pros and cons order it now, you will think last year was too late after getting your hands on it!