I finally managed to get hold of one of these a few weeks ago after months of waiting. I have a strange fascination with keyboads. The build quality of the keyboard is fantastic. Its very solid design and pretty heavy with non slip pads on the base so the keyboard doesn't move about no matter how hard or fast you type on it.
Note the click action here is the "Cherry Blue MX" Swtiches. Just a warning. These keys are LOUD when you press them, the key snaps and you get an IBM type "Clack". The tactile feedback from the switch is fantastic, you only have to half press each key before it snaps home.
If you want the tactile feel (the snap) without the noise, you want the "tactile" version of the keyboard, which uses brown switches instead of blue. If you don't want tactile at all then you want the linear version which uses the black switches but note this does not snap. You will get a click from it but it will be the key hitting home and not the switch making the noise.
A run down of common uses with Cherry MX switches,
Gaming = Black
Typing = Blue
Brown kind of sits somewhere in the middle of these.
This is the version I would highly reccommend to Typists / Programmers. Now I am adjusting to the keyboard my WPM is improving as is my accuracy. Expensive, but if your like me and typing all day, you want a quality keyboard that you are comfortable with and personally, I am yet to find better than the Majestouch. I will be owning this keyboard for many years to come.