First of all it's very nice to see quality, full size keyboards in finswe layout and keycaps. The options are quite limited, if you need these features. Delivery was also pretty fast, considering the current situation.
Coming from a Varmilo VA109m (Cherry profile, Cherry MX Brown) keyboard, which I have found to be of very good overall quality, here are some impressions on the Topre Realforce:
Key profile: Slightly higher profile than Cherry. I find the Cherry profile slightly more comfortable, but it may be a matter of adjustment. The profile is certainly not bad in anyway on the Realforce, but the bottom row is more tilted towards the center making it a bit less comfortable to use flat.
Keycaps: Almost a velvet feel on the PBT keycaps, very enjoyable and very different from the PBT keycaps on the Varmilo (which are good in a different way). The spacebar is ABS, but can be replaced if needed (kbdfans). The gold on black lettering looks good on the keycaps and the typeset is of high quality.
Case: Looks a lot better in real life than in the pictures as far as the material goes. The top right logo panel is not nearly as bright as in the picture, but could be better. No issues with rattle or other defects and the weight is comparable to the Varmilo (heavy enough).
Stabilizers: Spacebar seems to be fine, but enter and backspace have slight rattle. Compared to the Varmilo with factory lubed stabilizers this is a bit of a letdown, but it's not a deal breaker (for me). Looks like lubing the stabilizers will take a bit more tinkering, since they are not exposed. I might do it at some point.
Switches: The switches are the main reason I wanted a different keyboard, since the Cherry MX Browns do not have the type of tactility as I was expecting or looking for. I was contemplating between ordering another Varmilo keyboard direct from their website with Zealios switches and the Topre Realforce, before deciding on this one.
The 45g weight seems to be perfect for my typing at least, although I was wondering whether the tactility would be lost on the lighter switches having read some reviews about the 55g version (only available in ANSI layout). No worries, though, the tactility is definitely there, right on top of the keypress, and a lot stronger and smoother than on the Cherry MX Browns. It is exactly the type of tactility curve I was looking for with exactly the right amount of force required.
Sound: Slightly quieter than the Varmilo, but not by much. Personally I have found that trying to silence the keyboard with O-rings or using silent switches makes it sound and feel cheap (tried this with the Varmilo, and also ordered a second one with silent reds, which I returned). I would say it's fine in an office live meet setting, but if you really need something quiet then get something else or go in heavy with the modding.
While the Varmilo feels and sounds like typing on wood (in a good way, if it makes sense), the Topre Realforce has this almost ceramic type sound on the keypress return, which I really like and definitely would not silence it myself.
Overall feel: It is definitely good, and seems to get even better the more I use it. The smooth, velvety keycaps and snappy response from the domes gives the keyboard a unique feeling, and it's not mushy in any way.
Other stuff: Tried plugging this into a macbook pro, and it seemed to work ok.