Unpopular opinion time.
For me, I've noticed my typing depends a lot on how alert I'm feeling. There are in fact times when I pretty much give up on typing because I'm too tired to type anything that makes sense, and then later I go back and edit what I wrote and I can't even read half of it because there are so many mistakes. But even when I'm doing well, my accuracy isn't great, I mean it's pretty good I guess but I make mistakes all the time.
Personally I never found mechanicals to improve my typing too much. I've gone back to slim membrane and I don't feel my performance has taken that much of a hit. But I'm probably weird like that. In fact, I'd venture to say that, if your keyboard has no real physical issues, your best bet is probably to practice on it, rather than switch to a keyboard that will supposedly make you type better. For me anyway, switching hurt me initially more than it helped; I spent probably the better part of 2 weeks after every keyboard switch asking myself why I had done this again, because I was literally making mistakes I never recalled making before, and when I eventually stopped doing that, I was still fixing dumb typos on a regular basis.
Now, if you feel like the key response of your keyboard is hindering your technique or is becoming uncomfortable or something, then I'd say sure, go for something different and that may improve your typing. But don't get caught up in that like I did, and search for the holy grail. I mean if you find your absolute favorite, don't hesitate, enjoy it! But I went through a really obsessive period where I was convinced I needed to find something revolutionary, but I didn't find it, not with the resources currently available to me anyway. That's not a fun phase to be in, btw. So I stopped caring and went back to basics since I didn't have an issue with them before I got curious about different keyboards. Eventually when I'm not lazy, I'll try to isolate the part of my technique that needs work if my typos bother me enough.
So that's basically all the advice I think I can give right now. Admittedly, it isn't much lol
Make more of less, that way you won't make less of more!
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