I have a Ducky Shine 3 TenKeyLess with Cherry MX Brown switches and I concur. It feels as solid as granite. Best keyboard I've owned and since all of the keys are switch-mounted (in some cases like the spacebar, with additional switch-shaped mounts) I find it easier to clean than other mechanical keyboards.
The solidness of the keyboard makes a big difference on noise. TneKeyLess keeps it even more solid. Yes, the Cherry switches "click", but the my girlfriend has commented that her aging Logitech G110 is actually louder to use because it's so loose and rattles so much in comparison.
I use shine 3 mx browns and in fairness there is not much click unless you bottom them out. If you bottom out any mech keys consider using o-rings
Side note on the ducky is some batches had led's burn out fast, most of those are gone now as happened after a led supplier switch and was sorted BUT [as all brands can experience] the good ones every now and then can burn out an led, my Q started dying. A flangeless 3mm LED are easy to find (some keyboard shops sell them) and easy enough to desolder and bang a new one in. Doing this you realise how well made the shine 3's are, not just the dual pcb but everything else about it is tank like.