For starters, I'm not sure I've picked the best title for this, so I'm open to suggestions.
Was looking for a mechanical keyboard and discovered this. Closer to $500 from the likes of amazon and eBay, and $429 on JB HiFi's website.
PCCaseGear has this on sale for $329, stating it's usual price is $399.
This comes with terrific reviews, the consistent downside I see is that the caps are ABS (they get glossy from your finger grease) instead of PBT (they don't), and that the software doesn't support Mac or Linux.
I loved the media controller, the modular design, and the customisable buttons on the numpad with screens - so you can set your own icons to it.
Out of the box it also comes with a tool to remove keycaps and switches, plus additional switches of the different types for you to try out and get a feel for if you so desire.
It comes in black/grey and also gives you the choice of all 5 cherry switches.
If you're wondering what switch to go for, something like this might be helpful. I think it's basically go blue if you type a lot, and go something else if you game a lot - but I'm new at this, so mileage might vary on that advice. Just beware, Blue switches are the loud clicky ones!
JB HiFi should have a little demo of mechanical keys that you can try out in store too.
I rung JB HiFi online and got them to price match. Delivery was cheaper than PC Case Gear for me, and I have physical stores near me I can deal with if there are any issues.