I have been using this board for about three weeks now, and I am very happy with it.
Compared to a Leopold FC660M, the V60 feels slightly cheaper, with ABS keycaps and a plastic frame. However this turned out not to be a problem for me. The keyboard frame is rock solid, nothing squeaks and nothing moves. The keys make a barely audible scraping sound on my board, when pressed, but this has reduced over time, and I guess this could be mitigated if it turns out to be a problem.
On the plus side, this keyboard has been working without any fault during three weeks of fairly intensive use. I did definitely not get any key chatter as other people seem to have experienced with this model. Also I really like the key layout of this keyboard (almost complete standard layout, apart from the Fn key in place of the AltGr key, and the Escape key above the Tab key). This is obviously completely configurable with a custom firmware (e.g. a qmk). The absence of dedicated cursor keys needs some getting used to.
This model does not come with any LEDs apart from the Caps Lock LED, and that is good so (YMMV). Overall this is a very good keyboard, and a great keyboard considering the price. If you are looking for a solid, no-frills 60% keyboard with a nearly standard key layout, which is completely configurable, then this is definitely a board to consider.
I'd like to add that the purchasing process has also been very good, with a stellar support from the KeyboardCo.