Very nice! The force must be with you in the typing skills department. Regarding green switches...some are reporting that they think they are too stiff. Clear seems to be gaining popularity right now. Clear is a stiffer brown. Here is a list of the more popular cherry switches and their accompanying "g force". As you can see the Greens are quite a bit stiffer...
- Blue – 50g Force – Audible Click, Tactile Bump
- Brown – 45g Force – Tactile Bump
- Red – 45g Force – Smooth/Linear
- Green – 80g Force – Audible Click, Tactile Bump
- Clear – 55g Force – Tactile Bump
- Black – 60g Force – Smooth, Linear
What CM says about the greens....
" One of the rarest switches available, the Cherry MX Greens can best be described as Blues with a bit more resistance. Still classified as a “typist switch,” it has grown within the enthusiast community as the holy grail of Cherry MX switches. The only switch that can require a “break in period” due to the stiffer nature, they become a dream to use once your fingers have adjusted to increased weight.
Cherry MX Greens were originally intended for the spacebar on Cherry MX Blue keyboards and were never mass produced – until now. "