Switch swapping is a big thing for gamers, especially if you hop genres.
Teamwolf told me many gamers in China will use certain switches for their action keys in games.
OSU or FPS gamers may want linears since you're going to be bottoming out hard and don't need tactile feedback.
Others may want tactile feedback so you can know exactly when you pressed the key. It's a really nice feature.
This thing will sell well. The teamwolf RGB and TKL Zhuque boards sold pretty well too, after they got the firmware fixes. Very popular to put Gaterons in the boards, but they we not designed for repeated inserts and removals of Gaterons, just Outemus, but they work. And the Glorious Gaming RGB keyboard should have much better RGB features than the teamwolf and E-element hot swappable boards; their RGB support is as basic and pedestrian as can be (you don't even get random colors in Reactive RGB, it's always a certain order).