Got these as part of the Epomaker Switch tester. I'm very pleasantly surprised with these switches! I do want to knock off a point for them being only 3-pin, and for the stem wobble.
Ajazz Peach feels very smooth, barely any scratch without applying my own lube or film. The stem has a bit of a wobble compared to boxed switches like CS Jelly and TTC. It's not a major issue, but still pretty noticeable. Peach feels a lot more premium than CS Vintage White or Radiant Red, with a lot less pingy sound. I fully support Haley Tyler's review that these are some very nice linears for a decent price at just $0.41/pc.
I mostly want to talk a bit about Kiwi and Banana, because on paper they look quite similar. Both the Kiwi and the Banana are tactile switches (not 'clicky' as the description would have you believe, there is no clickbar). The same stem wobble applies here as it did to the Peach, they could really use some boxed stems and/or a tighter housing clearance in production. Both have reduced travel distance and a pretty sharp bump at the start of the actuation. Much less aggressive upstroke than CS Jelly Blue, comparable to a snappier CS Lavender Purple. My daily drivers are Boba U4S 62g, and they feel nothing alike ;p However, due to the reduced travel distance, these switches will generally bottom out very quickly with very little room to adjust for touch typing. This means they can be quite loud on the downstroke if you're not typing carefully. I found Banana more difficult to control than Kiwi, because the tactile bump is relatively a bit bigger compared to the spring force. Another thing of course is that the housing are different. Kiwis have a transparent (green) bottom housing and transparent green top with golden specks, which are very funky. The bananas have an opaque bottom housing, which will have a slight impact on your RGB. Overall, I find them to be quite nice medium-high tactility switches with a slight preference for the Kiwi. At $0.41/pc, they're a very good upgrade over Akko CS Ocean Blue / Lavender Purple, or Gateron/Cherry Brown switches if you're looking for a budget-oriented tactile switch.