Okay~ So for my report: I just placed them on my keyboard and must say they feel pretty damn good! They are currently placed on the Ducky Greens and I can say that the click does seem slightly more crisp but I wouldn't say more pronounced. I did notice though that the sound does get dampened quite a bit, which I expected because of the thicker plastic. It is now more of a clack than a click. I wouldn't say this is a bad thing but rather just different.
There is one problem that I did notice though, and that's that there seems to be a significant amount of scratches on them. This is my first time buying dyesub thick PBT's so I don't know if this a common issue but I just assumed it to be so. The numpad enter also has really warped paint/color. For the price I bought it though, I can't really complain
I will post some pictures of this issue though. The blemishes didn't come out as well as I hoped but as those that have tried taking pictures of issues on keycaps before, it's not so easy to get the lighting right.
Also need to straighten out my spacebar but mine didn't come too bad. It doesn't really affect the functioning of the keycap but the slight bent shape is bugging me so I'll probably do the hot water treatment.
Here are some pictures of the scratches and warped dye color (they are more apparent and obvious in real life than these pictures). Click on the pictures for zoom and then click on the zoomed picture again for max resolution which you can drag around.