KAILH GM Red Dot Gaming Mouse Micro With Gold Contact
They have a slightly sharper click, but it feels like the spring tension after the click is lighter (if that makes sense). This fixes basically everything about the switch: The tactile feedback is solid. You know when it's activated. A little lighter than Huanos, a bit stiffer than Omrons.
And they're much less fatiguing when holding down the button. Because of how light the Omrons were, subconsciously I think I used more force than necessary in order to keep the switch depressed. This was tiring and would make my finger sore when playing roles like Widow or Hanzo. But with the Kailhs, because of how tactile they are, I think they need lessforce to keep depressed, because the tactility of the switch it self-resists the release a tiny bit.