Excerpt: Great product with awesome features. Totally customisable buttons (including left and right click). On board memory makes speed of new settings for your buttons happen instantly on click (software not involved to simulate your custom settings). Two bases to set Speed (Ceramic) or control (Teflon) are a great addition and quick to change so you change the feel of the mouse on the fly.
Summary: I'm pretty picky about mice. It seems like I've gone through a thousand of them. It has been very difficult recently to find a nice-looking mouse that fits a large hand well, just plain works well, has some customization options, and doesn't have a laser that skips or jumps around.
Summary: I love almost everything about this mouse, but unfortunately if you can't slide it around on a mouse-pad, it doesn't really matter how many buttons it has.
Pros: Looks Good, Firmware/Software work great, lots of buttons, solid build quality
Cons: The hard braided cord is pulling on the mouse as i use it which is uncomfortable, but will probably wear off with time. My main problem is that while one of the top features of this mouse seems to be its "Dual Chasis" ability, I find that if you are using a standard mouse pad, something other than the feet are dragging on the pad and it couldn't matter less which you use. I was messing with the weights and used the mouse without either chasis for several minutes befor...
Summary: I haven't decided yet if I should return it due to the software's shortcomings.
Pros: Other people mentioned its good qualities alread, so I won't repeat them here.
Cons: You are limited to 5 profiles which you have to MANUALLY switch between. This was surprising to me coming from a Logitech G5. Logitech has much better software that automatically switches profiles depending on the active window. I'm used to having custom settings for many different games and programs (more than 5 for sure).
Summary: Takes a while to adjust to a new mouse, but after a couple weeks, it seems perfect. Love the blue color scheme, lots of button options, nice long braided cord. Gigabyte did a great job with this set, couldn't be happier.
Pros: Matches my Gigabyte Aivia Osmium Blue, Price, Everything
Summary: I was trying to decide between another Razer (My past 2 Razer mice broke within 3-5 months of buying them, but they were very good mice), Logitech, and this mouse. I decided this mouse because of the good reviews it had and I'm glad I did!
Pros: Great build quality
Cons: Took a while to get used to, but very worth it.
Summary: This is my first real gaming mouse, and I couldn't be much happier with its performance. When making macros, I've found that adding a small delay between key down and key up (I use 300ms) eliminates missed key presses due to network lag.
Pros: Easy to set up macros and assign buttons. Nice, tough cord. Reads flawlessly on any surface I've tried. DPI switch takes aiming in FPS games to a whole new level.
Cons: The only con I could come up with is very minuscule; you can't assign anything to the profile change button that is not in use. Not worth taking away an egg over though.
Summary: This mouse is amazing. It is very high quality and you can feel it when you use it. It is very customizable for any type of user and the software makes things so much better. This is a beautiful mouse with 8200dpi and the latest model of laser tracking. The only con this mouse had is also its positive, it is ambidextrous so you will never get a proper fit if your right/left handed but it does feel very good in my hand.