I got the tactile set. Allows you to make smart monetary decisions for your switches and try switches you never would have considered. I got this as I wanted to try the Anubis, Chocolate Chip, Dark Amber, and Neapolitan switches. Tried them on my Keychron q10 (w/akko lavenders) and my moded RK100 (w/ gateron browns the originals on my Keychron q10). I ended up really liking the Gateron Baby Kangaroos, Anubis, Chocolate Chip (once I lubed), and Taro Ball--in that order. I never would have considered the macaws at all, but really really liked them if I was in an office around other people.
On my Keychron it showed me that my Akko Lavenders are great and the other switches sounded and felt more or less the same-Anubis or maybe Chocolate Chips would be an upgrade but not much. So sticking with lavenders
However, I felt significantly more auditory and tactile variety on my RK100. Choosing between GBK and Anubis is a sound (GBK-the sound is just amazing) vs tactile feel (Anubis-its tactility is 10/10, Chocolate Chip 8/10, and Taro Ball 7/10--in that order) is showing to be really tough.
I feel like Mozart in the scene of Amadeus where he is trying on wigs and likes them all, and wishes he had three heads so he can wear them all.
My wife's choices: GBK, Neapolitan, Chocolate Chips and really liked silents: Macaw and Whisper. Her home keyboard is tactile and work keyboard is linear. Debating on Whisper for work and Neapolitan for home.