Bottom line for me:
This board is charming. Seriously, It's addictive. It's not refined, but the exact opposite. I love it to death. Clipity cloppity thunka thunka. Dip switches offer all of the options that I really need.
For comparison, I'm used to MX browns, reds, and blues. This was my first non-Cherry switch and non-MX mount. As you can imagine, it's quite different. I was really disappointed with the switches when I first tried it out. The keycaps had a lot more play (wiggle) and the switches felt inconsistent. However, weeks later I find it my daily driver. I don't know why, but like I said before, it's "charming." It feels like a good old friend. A bit battered and bruised and annoyingly loud at times, but you can't stop hanging out with it
For typing or for gaming? It just Depends.
I think long typing sessions would be too fatiguing with this switch. Just a few rounds of long passages from keyhero and I notice that my fingers are starting to get tired. But I love to use it when I code, surf, or play WoW. I like it in WoW to affirm my keypresses (I've chosen this spell and by God I wanna hear and feel that keypress), but I don't feel that the click is as necessary when simply moving, like in FPS games. I prefer cherry browns for Overwatch.
These switches are alps mount, as you probably know. This limits your choice of keycaps (severely), but honestly these "vintage" stock caps are pretty terrific. I searched for a week or so for a replacement just because.... well that's what we do. However, I'm very please with them to this day. I have a royal glam wooden case coming from massdrop soon that this board will live in.
Pic: Top to bottom, Pok3r with MX browns, Pok3r with MX blues, KPB V60 with matias clicky. Also, thanks to the community! 2/3 of these boards have come from the classifieds!
Now, to get some LEDs soldering on to those Pok3rs!