let's face it, buckling spring is the best switch. it makes the best noise, has the best tactile feedback and is the most durable. basically, it feels a bit like you're parting the waters with every key you hit. it makes being a nerd awesome.
however, Ms and unicomps are just too damned big. i don't use a numpad, and their useless protuberance is an ergonomic nightmare. as a compromise, i bought a filco with blues about a year ago. i like it (except for the keys, which are already like tiny black mirrors), but i can't stop wishing i had more resistance and a more pronounced tactile bump.
looking at the wiki, it seems my best options right now are either an alps variant or spring modding cherry blues to make a ghetto green board. if i went with ghetto greens, i would almost certainly mod a poker; the choc mini is out because i primarily use a mac. if i went with tactile alps, it seems like my best bet is the ducky green? naturally i'm open to other suggestions (except for an M SSK. i'm not made of money, dudes).
can any other super heavy typers weigh in? other than my blue filco, i've only used Ms and apple extendeds (sadly, i had a number of perfect apple minis, but we gave them all away sometime after the USB transition, as ADB adapters were pretty expensive, and i was completely in love with my first M at the time).