Summary: Yes I do spam click a lot but that's no excuse for how cheaply mice are being made these days. I understand now that I'll have to pay more than twice what I did here for a decent mouse. The problem is finding one that's wired & is at least 1,000 DPI.
Pros: For the price it seemed like a really good deal. Unfortunately that's the only good I can say.
Cons: 3 months later it's left clicker started missing & now 10 months later it misses 50% of the time. The only way to somewhat remedy this is to click hard & dead center of the button. My old Logitech M-SBF96 lasted 3 flawless years & cost a third what this one did.
Summary: All of the new 'G' gaming products I've looked at feel plastic and cheap. I'm not sure I like this new, yet much more expensive move.
Pros: It works.
Cons: Might as well be the mouse that comes with any old desktop. Very light and cheap feeling. I've been a fan of Logitech's gaming products for a long time. I still use a G5 mouse, tried the G500 and it was also cheap feeling. I bought a G9x last year and I'm starting to warm up to it. Other products...