After writing gaming keyboard reviews for a while, I cannot help to ask myself: What is the most important metric we can use to evaluate a gaming keyboard design? To answer this question, a lot of things come to my mind. For example, we often start with the outside look of the keyboard, then we move on to the key caps and switches. Finally, there has to be a part about the actual user experience. However, in the real world, there is only one thing that matters at the end of the day instead of how I, as a reviewer, think of the product: The market response. A well-designed gaming keyboard should make as many people as satisfied as possible.