At home I have a Rosewill RK-9100 with Cherry MX blue switches. The layout is completely standard, and the switches are just perfect for typing. Nobody cares about typing noise since it's in my apartment. While I am extremely bothered by other people's typing noises, for some reason I'm not bothered by my own. They aren't idea for gaming, but I'm not playing any games that seriously where switching to Reds is worth it.
However, this keyboard does have a few annoyances. For one, the LEDs are kinda always on the fritz. They'll turn on after I turned them off. They'll reset to the highest brightness after I dim them. Also, they are really quite annoying blue. The crazy bright green that comes from underneath the numlock when its enabled (always) is also annoying. It has a USB 2.0 hub, but it also takes TWO USB ports from my actual PC. Also, the caps lock key is actually a caps lock, and I have to edit the registry to change it to ctrl instead.
I would rather have a different keyboard, but since it still works perfectly at its primary function, and the switches are just fine, it would be quite pointless to replace it. I think I will replace it after USB C has become the standard. My PC will have nothing but USB C ports, and the keyboard will have a USB C hub.
At work I have the WASD CODE keyboard with Cherry MX clear switches. The clear switches are the stiffest ones available, so they are closest in feel to a real IBM mechanical keyboard, they have the tactile bump, but they are non-clicky, so are less noisy for the workplace.
This keyboard has basically no problem. The LED backlight works properly, and is a subdued cool white that is not bothersome. It has dip-switches to change caps lock to ctrl, and make other modifications, so no registry hacks are necessary. It only uses one USB cable.
Both keyboards have the exact same standard layout, so the actual differences between them are quite small. However, the most significant difference is the placement of the media keys. On the Rosewill, the media keys for track forward, volume up, play/pause, etc. are on F3-F8. On the WASD they are on the block with Insert/Page Up/Home, etc. The WASD is a much better placement. I find myself using Fn+PageUp/Down to change volume quite frequently. Whereas at home on the Rosewill I'll just reach over and turn the volume dial on the speakers/headphones.