Summary: Takes some practice to get used to, sometimes its hard to know which row your thumb is on. I paid 64.99, it was a great deal at that price. The software is easy to use. You can set the color to change or whichever color you want.
Summary: Overall, I love this mouse. I am only on day 5 right now but so far I am really enjoying the mouse. Over time some of my complaints I may find myself just getting used to. I am coming from using a Razer Deathadder and the extra buttons I am finding actually very useful. Recently I have been playing games like Minecraft and Battlefield 4 but surprisingly the extra side buttons have been very useful whenever I need to hit any key that is farther on the keyboard than 5 or...
Pros: LOTS of buttons, Feels nice to hold, Don't have to clean very often (unlike the razer naga)
Cons: Sometimes I find myself accidentally clicking some of the buttons on the side whenever I am playing FPS games and I get startled. (This could be because I have stronger hands and its easier for me to press the buttons.)
Summary: My first unit had all sorts of problems and glitches. From mouse jumping to permanent double clicks, this mouse became absolutely unusable. It wasn't just me either, all these problems were well documented and I bet every early adopter of this mouse was plagued with issues. It was a shame too, because the mosue had an extroadinary design. The funcationality of a hardcore gaming mouse, without the garishly bright colors and over the top graphics.