Summary: I'm being very generous giving it 3 eggs. I can't say there was any fault with the product in and of itself. Everything below is based on PERSONAL PREFERENCE ONLY and shouldn't reflect the mouse in general. I have to say that this is inferior to the M6800 mouse in just about every single way.
Pros: -Adjustable High DPI -Very clicky -Affordable
Cons: -Small design -Feels awkward for bigger hands -Mouse wheel should be up further. Way too far back in the middle finger so much so that it doesn't feel natural
Summary: Nice while it worked. Not sure why this mouse fails while my old Microsoft mouse from 2000 still functions.
Pros: Comfortable grip. Convenient dpi button. Reasonably priced. Worked great for Dota 2 and SC2.
Cons: I've had this mouse for a year and a half now and the left mouse button if failing. It registers multiple clicks and clicking and dragging is near impossible. I don't feel a gaming mouse should fail even with heavy use.
Summary: I'll be contacting Gigabyte and/or Newegg about the issue.
Pros: Comfortable feel, high DPI capabilities, great macro capabilities
Cons: Forward/backward scroll wheel not working. Works great left/right, but not at all for forward & back. I tried it on two different computers and multiple USB ports -- the problem persisted. Guessing there's a hardware fault.
Summary: I really was hoping this mouse would work out. I looks nice and feels good otherwise but because of those issues I mentioned I'm going to have to look elsewhere.
Pros: I do a lot of gaming in addition to normal everyday stuff. This mouse has a nice size and weight to it and works fine for most things.
Cons: One of the games I play though requires me to hold the right mouse button down for longer periods of time and I find the button sticks when I release it causing me problems in the game. I also have issues using this mouse with my KVM switch, the mouse moves erratically and in the wrong directions...
Pros: Mouse worked great for several months, I like how I could change the DPI with one button on my mouse and enjoyed the LED lights being able to change color with one button on the mouse.
Cons: After about a month of use, the buttons started sticking and 3 months after that, now, it randomly clicks every 5 seconds. It's so bad that I will probably have to buy a new mouse if I can't get a replacement.
Summary: It was a great mouse until the mouse button stopped working. It doesn't stick, it just doesn't register the key clicks. Pretty lame, and it seems to be a re-occuring thing with this model, but I love how comfortable it is, so I'll take another chance with a second one if I get it.
Pros: Really Comfortable Has lights Adjustable DPI in game
Cons: Left mouse click died out on me after four months of owning, so I called in for an RMA. -Waiting for a response from Gigabyte, and will post back with their response.
Summary: Will work well for most purposes.. just unfortunate to leave out an unbind feature. Other than that, high quality mouse.
Pros: Macros, lots of profile options, can change color. Works well overall.
Cons: You can't unbind a button. I usually give one of my mouse buttons no command so that I can use it for Push-to-talk.. not with this mouse. I contacted support to verify this and they told me it was not possible. What a let down.. :(