MK90 is a cracking keyboard. The Kaihl red switches used are the equivalent of Cherry Red and you won't know the difference. Unfortunately Asus have just rebranded the accompanying Q-pad software (which is pants) rather than writing their own. I'd recommend only using this software to edit key colours, write macros etc and not allow it to run in the tray at Windows Startup. Since profiles and macros are stored on the keyboard, the only reason for running it all the time is for automatic profile switching, which just doesn't work. It's also worth noting that if you don't need the mouse, you can get an MK-90 on Amazon at the moment for £68.62
Yes I wanted cherry switches (lol) never thought of that before
So, cherry switches...? At least, now? (excited)
Had this before I spilled pepsi max on it it comes with Kaikua switches
I have this bundle from a previous deal on ocUK: keyboard is a great bit of kit but the Mouse is a bit silly; the thumb buttons are structured in such a way that you cannot easily reach the front thumb-button with your thumb (unless you have particularly long fingers); as a result I would not recommend this mouse if you use palm grip for mouse control during gaming.