First, The Bad: I don't like the logo on the front much. The Good: the included wrist rest maybe plastic but looks unobtrusive and attaches to the front covering the Cherry logo. Mechanical keyboards tend to be quite high, so the inclusion of a wrist rest is thoughtful. The white keyboard backlight works well, and the keyboard feels rigid. The keys feel smooth and well defined. The Cherry Brown switches are satisfying to type on - perhaps not as smooth or "tactile" as Gateron Browns (which I have elsewhere), but less key wobble and I think they bottom out better, hence perhaps more satisfying overall.