I already emailed them about this, a week or so ago, when I wanted to know if the caps were ABS or PBT (they're ABS, it turns out). I wouldn't expect more than the 4 standard switch options, though (Reds, Blacks, Blues, Browns). Cherry isn't producing Greens or Clears in large enough quantity for the interest in them, lately.
It's a fault of the switches themselves. the Coating on most boards nowadays ( like the noppos ) makes the board waterproof.
You can do it by applying heatshrink(-ish material) to the switches before they're mounted on the board. The only way water is getting in the switches is if water splashes on the board and then ricochets to the top of the switch. What you can do to avoid that is treat the plastic color part ( the thing the keycap goes over ) with a hydrophobic layer.
That's way too much bother though.
Besides, the only problem when a keyboard gets wet is that you need the switches to dry before they click properly.
i told them i'd like to see some buckling springs on their next keyboard. Would be awesome, i miss the old click and pressure from those...my current job, we still have a few of those that cherry use to build, with the credit card swipe built in....lol.
nice though but i'd rather have a gaming oriented one, i enjoy the durability of it too, you can beat the hell out of those while mx keys you can't. I don't do that but it's nice to know how durable a key can get, plus you can customize how hard you want the key presses to be simply by replacing to stiffer springs.
I told them Browns because of how mainstream it is (and it being a lot better choice than reds imo) but seeing a mainstream keyboard with Clears would be sick. I love my browns but really would enjoy them being heavier.