I had already purchased a V60, although that one uses Matias Clicky Switches. As a result I had a pretty good idea of what to expect and was at least familiar with the configurability and the layout options.
Nice keyboard, good construction, the key letter are really pretty bright even if dim lighting conditions and being double shot that should still be the case in the future.
One of the things I love about these keyboards it the ability to swap around some of the key positions, such as the caps lock key can be a control key without the need to edit the configuration on your machine. My previous V60 was a black and white keyboard and the keyboard came with a spare set of black and white caps to enable you to correctly label your new caps lock key as a control key. Unfortunately this keyboard also comes with a set of single shot printed black and white key caps to replace the bluegrey and green ones on the keyboard; in effect if you want to correctly label your keys you have to settle for ugly and cheap.
Since this is keyboard uses cherry silent red switch I thought it would be very quiet like my ducky one 2 mini, for the most part the keyboard is pretty silent... The exceptions being the spacebar, which has a bit of a squeak; the backspace key, which has a reasonably loud thunk; and the enter key, which also has a thunk although it isn't as loud as the backspace key.
Nice enough keyboard that could have been so much more.