Why is that a problem? Not everyone changes their keycaps like [hopefully] their underwear. This isn’t 2009-2013 anymore, a lot of keyboards now come with keycaps you may have no reason to change [ie: doubleshot, dyesub, etc.]
I tried Cherry ML a while ago and didn’t find it offensive; I just didn’t like it in the cramp Cherry G84-4100 75% layout. Yes the switches can bind on off center presses but you get used to it. Since this is split I’d imagine you would run into binding issues even less often as you can type on it more naturally.
One advantage of Cherry ML is they seem a bit more robust when it comes to resisting chattering. In the last 10 years or so I don’t think I’ve read of a single account of a chattering ML switch. [I know the response is going to be, “because nobody uses them for very long!” But they do have their fans.] Meanwhile there are many reviews of Kailh low profile switches chattering out of the box.
If I had to nitpick I’d say I’m not a fan of the pre retro yellowed look on the non-modifiers. I suspect Mistel is getting their caps from Signature Plastics that have been sitting around for a while.