Summary: I really like this mouse. It's my first gaming mouse (ever), but I m very pleased with it. Some may find the sandpaper grip annoying, but for someone with sweaty hands (like me), it is very usefull. The only problem I have may be linked to the actual firmware. If I switch DPI up (press the DPI up button)during a game or sometimes in windows, it won't go down anymore.
Pros: Good feel/grip, accuracy, weight, buttons
Cons: DPI switching problem (see below), customisable software could be better (add the option to emulate keyboard keys, more than 4 DPI levels/speed)
Summary: I would not recommend this mouse. However if you have a solution for cord snag, it's not a terrible mouse.
Pros: -DPI switcher (see cons about DPI), -Looks nice, -Side buttons
Cons: -The cord for this mouse is absolutely terrible. It nearly ruins its functionality for me. It's extremely hard to be precise with this mouse considering how thick the cord is, it has extreme cord snag that I can't seem to shake off even after 4+ months of usage. Too bad I can't get my money back., I can't put enough emphasis on how bad the cord is. It doesn't lose its form easily, it's stiff enough to botch my mouse movement since it pushes it towards another directio...
Summary: This is basically the Corsair M60/65, but cheaper and without the aim button on the left side. I hate those aim buttons. I switched to this from a G9x and don't mind it - it has a similar style / grip / size. I think I paid 25 bucks for it after the MIR - great deal at that price.
Summary: Absolute steal when paired with the rebate but an excellent deal at 39$ The sides are slightly rough , top is smooth , feels solid. Buttons have a nice soft click. Lacks dedicated sniper button but two clicks of top DPI button does the job.
Pros: Well built , comfortable, love the scroll wheel.
Cons: Thumb button placement is not quite as good for me than Logitech mice but not really an issue.