I discovered a few things:
- Keychron is a good price deal for what you get.
- Plastic clips were the idea of the devil himself (I broke one and while you can't tell, I know I did and I know where).
- MT3 honestly is super comfy to type on.
- Double check that your keyswitch order isn't also on the same order as a group buy for a different item, as it will be another month or two before I ever see my Box Crystal Navies.
Keychron C2 (white backlights)
Gateron Blue switches (one day will be Box Crystal Navies)
MT3 Dasher and 3227 keycaps (mixed and matched)
Overall, I think I want to build an 1800-style keyboard with Chosfox Arctic Fox switches next, and SA caps. This is my first type with a tall keycap keyboard, and I don't know how I lived my life typing on thin low profile stuff.
Other items in photos are, from left to right:
Jupiter-12 Lens, yellow lacquered "special edition" with case and certificate
Browning HiPower, one of the last off the Browning production line, used to protect my ever growing chicken flock from foxes and raccoons
Sony a5000 with a 7 Artisans 25mm lens on it