I’ve been using both Gsus and YOK Red for awhile and, while I’m mostly happy with them, there are some minor improvements I’d like to see in the next rev or variants.
Notch that locks switch into plate sticks out too much. Inserting the switch into plate requires too much force and in turn grinds the notch down each time. I’ve started grinding the notch down before inserting.
Switch fits too tightly into plate. While the notch mentioned in #1 contributes, general dimension of the switch seems larger than other switches.
LED side notch breaks too easily. Just grabbing the switch tightly with switch-puller (to work around problems #1 and #2) will break it. When that happens, switch top ends up getting pulled instead, ripping it off the switch and sending the stem and spring flying.
Of the three issues I’ve experienced, #3 is the worst. To account for the problem, I had to order spare housings and use two plastic wedges to pull out the switches…very slowly to say the least.