The parts for this board unsurprisingly came from another Mechboards kit. With this kit you get enough diodes for the whole board as well as a few extra should something go wrong. It also comes with 30 switches of your choice from their huge selection as well as one of the several controllers they offer. On top of the PCB, the kit also includes an FR4 case consisting of a base plate and a switch plate with the standoffs and screws to assemble it all. For this board, I opted to try Kailh Box Whites, not because I wanted to try clicky’s again but because I figured if I wasn’t going to use it as an actual keyboard it could have been useful to have a bump on actuation as a macro pad. The keycaps that gave this board its name was the blank grey PBT set also from Mechboards to provide the ‘slate’ like aesthetic.