I got my keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches. Having previously used Cherry MX Browns, the Reds are more quiet and require less force but still have adequate tactile feedback, so overall an improvement for home working.
As many others have said, I'm happy with the way my first ever purchase from Keyboardco went. 10/10 for customer service.
The keyboard as pictured looks good -- I like the understated design, and I'm generally happy with it, except for the following caveats (I decided to keep the keyboard anyway):
* The keyboard is backlit, but the keycaps shipped are opaque, so the backlight doesn't shine through the top, and you cannot see what the keys are, you just get a general illumination around the keys mostly at the bases. Perhaps my fault for not noticing that the keycap print is Die Sublimated, rather than translucent plastic or something... . I hope I can buy translucent keycaps at some point in the future.
* There are no indicator LEDs for Caps Lock (on my TKL keyboard). This is easily fixed with software that can show you an on-screen indication though.
* The most insignificant of them: the USB cord is a USB Mini-B plug... I was really hoping to get a USB-C cable for a keyboard I bought in 2021... but again, I don't expect to be swapping cables often, so this is not a problem.