Until last week, I had a mid-2017 nTB MacBook Pro with a very OK keyboard, purchased in Oct 2017 (so probably one of the "early" mid-2017s". I liked it a lot. It was stolen last week (RIP - I hope that oxygen waster dies a slow, painful death inside a poorly ventilated carboard box). I thought long and hard about what to do (including purchasing a beater 2012 MBA to wait for a 2018 MBP) and bought another identical 2017 nTB MBP. However, the keyboard seems a lot better than my old nTB, with sensibly more "travel" and feedback (and the keyboard in the original 2017 is already better than the 2016's). I hadn't had it for a week but as soon as I started working on the new one the difference was very noticeable. So could it be that: A) I'm going crazy; B) My old laptop's keyboard was slowly failing, and I should be very worried about my brand new laptop as well? C) Apple actually silently introduced a new revised keyboard for the 2017 MBP? Has anyone with a 2017 had their keyboards replaced and noticed any difference?