I make no secret of how much I like Zealio switches from Zeal PC, but many people in the keyboard community complain that Zeal's switches are too expensive. And admittedly, they do cost several times more than many other switch options. Naturally, there have been various new players trying to offer a refined tactile experience for less money. The latest is KeBo with its new Arctos switches. They look a bit like Zealios, but there are few interesting differences.
The Arctos switches use a standard Cherry-style housing like many newer switches including the Gateron-manufactured Zealios. They are also transparent like Zealios, allowing underlighting and SMD LEDs to shine up from underneath the switch. They support through-switch LEDs as well. The bottom of the housing doesn't have mounting pins, so Arctos switches are only suitable for plate-mount keyboards at this time.