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So full disclaimer I have these on a pre-built board called the Halo65 by NuPhy. There's lots of good stuff about this board, but I've taken the time to put these switches into different boards and always had the same similar typing experience - it's a very crisp switch. Rebound and feedback is good, so great for typists like me who are more heavy handed and maybe not the most accurate, so it helps with that accuracy. The sound is also crisp, it's not muddy, and there's a decent level of clack. Some people have reported ping - I've not encountered this so it's possible either my ears aren't attuned, or my batch have a decent amount of lube on them.
Great set of switches for my first true tactile, significant difference from Gateron Browns I used for years. Sharp bump at the top, smooth after that. The sounds from them is fantastic.
There is a nice bump that starts at the beginning of the key press. The bump is strong enough to feel but not to fatiguing to type on for extend periods of time. They are smooth and have a solid clack sound in my build. Being long poles, they have an abrupt bottom out and are very loud. They sound and feel similar to the GoPolar Azure Dragon V2's. After typing on them for a few days they started developing a leaf ping that was easily remedied with some 3203 on the legs. After lubing the legs there was still plenty of tactility just no spring ping.
Great, springy switch with a medium/ strong bump. Factory lubing seems pretty consistent and while there was some leaf ping, I found that it went away when mounted.
I got these for myself as my first ever tactile build, and they are great switches out of the box. i didn't have to lube them at all, and they feel an dsound very nice.