Finally got time to sit down and play with the keyboard. Lighting on the board is great. Its customizable and I can individually program each LED. Lighting on the Zealios seemed less even compared to the Gaterons through the switch housings. Although with the clear housing on the Zealios, it's to be expected.
Didn't come across very many problems with they keyboard itself, except a few things. The biggest problem with the keyboard for me was one of the modifier switches weren't seated properly. So unless I press reaally hard on it, it wont activate even if the switch activates. The switch itself seems to be sitting 1-2mm off the top plate, so I'd say its because the switch itself isn't making full contact with the DIP socket.
Gaterons were in fact more snug in the sockets compared to Zealios. When I pop off a keycap, each Zealios switch would come off the board along with the keycap. With the Gaterons, I'd say 70% of the time they stayed on the board. Another thing I'd be worried about is the bare mini USB socket, as the case leaves it open and exposed. I'd like for it to have it covered or the case to be redesigned so that it offers more support for the socket.
The size of the keyboard is the same size as the 60% standard size. It's the same length as my Ducky mini. Weight's of the Mini were 730g with keycaps on, and 520g on the 60/62. The board feels really light and with the little nubs acting as feet, it feels a little too light for my taste.
In the end, I got what I wanted from the board. It wouldn't be my daily driver, but the lighting on it and the hotswap capabilities makes it really run to play with. Definitely worth the price I paid for it.