When I fist saw the RS60 as a private GB, I figured I would never get one. Yet here it is, in-stock.
This is definitely one of my favorite boards in my collection -- it's simple, robust, and absolutely gorgeous to have sitting on my desk. The red is unbelievably striking, and this board probably has one of the most beautifully-designed undersides that I've ever seen.
In terms of typing experience, this board is exactly what I was looking for - simple, basic, and stiff. No frills and no extras. If you're a fan of flex, this board is not for you, but it matches my taste perfectly.
However, the typing sound leaves a bit to be desired in terms of complexity and nuance. While I love the raw, natural sound, I would imagine many won't. The modifiers are a bit off, and the number row is far deeper (and more inconsistent) than the rest of the board. I don't mind, but it certainly doesn't align with the keyboard sound meta, especially at such a high price point. I would imagine that some kind of brass internal weight would have improved the sound without changing the looks, and would have justified the price a bit more.
Overall, this is a fantastic board if it matches what you're looking for, since many of the downsides are simply a consequence of a top-mounted board. It looks gorgeous, and has a great, nostalgic sound with the right configuration. And above all of that, it's a robust, no-frills board that can last the rest of your life if you really want it to.