I used a Bakeneko65 CNC for a commission build and it came out amazing!
I purchased a B-stock kit and despite not knowing what to expect, it was - to my eyes at least - practically flawless, and the anodized finish was spotless. Clean corners and chamfers everywhere, no dents or scratches even inside the case. A very pleasant and inoffensive touch with no frills or unnecessary shapes. Perfect for the customer's need for simplicity and minimalism.
The O-ring mount is super simple to install and gives a solid gasket mount feel with a slight bit of bounce, just enough to make it softer than bottoming out against a wall, even with medium tactile switches. I didn't use the included stabilizers, so I can't comment on their quality, but I'm sure with the right amount of tuning, lubing and maybe modding they would definitely be up to the task. The PCB was easily recognized in VIA and everything was a breeze to install and customize, making for a very beginner-friendly build - at a beginner-friendly price.
I find that while the zinc weight adds a little extra solid feel to the keyboard, it adds some harsh resonance even with silent switches. Leaving the case empty unsurprisingly made it sound too hollow, so I'd recommend using the silicone weight or, in my case, just a couple of sheets of PE foam inside the case for the best possible sound profile with this kit. All in all, I was very satisfied with the experience of building and typing on the Bakeneko65 CNC and would easily recommend it to beginners, people trying out the hobby, or even people looking for a simple but solid option without all the extra frills.
I used CK's NicePBT November fog to complete the build and it was a beautiful compliment to the silver frame, with a bit of added colour but a simple enough look, interesting novelties and a coherent theme. I'll leave a review on those as well after they've seen a little more use, but so far they seem good quality as well.