If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should. If you are in the market for a TKL (full sized keyboard less the numberpad on the side), you might want to look at this one, especially if you are looking for something RGB colorful. It’s the INKC TKL (87 keys, 80% of normal full-size keyboard). It is full acrylic from 4 layers, so the keys sit in the board and not merely on top. What’s more is the switches are hot-swappable. If you don’t like the switch offerings, you can swap them out yourself, no soldering required.
It may come with double-shot ABS plastic keycaps, so you might want to change those for PBT, but the site is not clear which plastic it is.
It does utilize software to program the RGB and macros, so it doesn’t use QMK. However, for gaming and general use purposes, that’s fine.
And, best of all, it’s only $87.