My understanding is that McClicky switches are all the same and that it is the boot that determines soft, medium or hard press operation.
That's interesting, if not... inscrutable. Maybe this is the wrong place and McClicky pressure deserves its own thread, but I don't immediately understand how.
My initial assumptions may be wrong, but I always figured what made a switch easy or hard to press had to do with the stiffness of the spring, and I'm not sure how the boot could make any difference. What I thought Oveready was selling was softer or harder boot material for a different feel with different give, but I don't quite see how that could change the pressure of a switch.
But if you say so, I can't really object because, honestly, I don't understand.
You can make your soft boot y harder by adding an oring to the end of it. That's all Oveready does as well.
Thanks, but I would expect that would merely change the amount of travel needed, not switch pressure. But, again, I'm a little out of my depth here, not having seen the insides of any switch except in diagram.