Like someone mentioned in another review of this board, this is actually the Next Time 75 keyboard, just sold by Epomaker, it's a decent budget board if you want something that looks like the GMMK Pro for less.
So far the board is pretty good, not spectacular but for the price it's alright.
-The build quality feels alright, the top cover of the case is a bit flimsy since it's all plastic
-It has a nice layer of foam on the bottom
-The stabs are okay and come pre-lubed but I'll definitely replace them
-The PCB has both per key RGB and underglow, although the board covers the underglow if you didn't pick the transparent case
-I paired my board with lubed Purple Panda switches and taped the bottom of the PCB and the sound is actually pretty good.
-The software is awful, I could not download it on this website since windows detects it as a virus, I had to find it somewhere else and even then I had to turn off windows defender to install it. It's all in Chinese and even installed in Chinese even though I picked English (if you have this issue, the drop down menu in the option is the language option) The upside is you can save whatever preset you setup as the default one on the board itself so you don't need the software running after you setup your keys and RGB.
-The knob feels a bit cheap and doesn't register all the inputs if you turn it too fast
-There's no adjustable feet and the board is pretty flat, but that's a personal preference
Overall it's good for a first build or a budget build