Pros: Solid in-hand, fast scrolling, "back" click button has ideal feel to it. Wheel material won't gum up eventually the way Microsoft & similar mice can.
Cons: Cost. No documentation really - it works out of the box but the little flyer should mention why I should visit logitech.com/download (works with driver I have already, but I'm guessing the custom-configuration of buttons relies on theirs).
Pros: Setpoint software lets me swtich to any of my Logitech Mice instantly. Comfortable design. Thumb buttons where they should be. Can be configured for document flip. Battery doesn't need to be specially ordered when needing replacement.
Cons: Smaller feel than my previous MX1000 Acceleration with this has to be turned off. Same as my MX1000. Scroll wheel in free mode doesn't stay still when you take your finger off the wheel.
Pros: Nice feel, weight, design. I've had a lot of mice over the last 25 years and this one, by far, is the best I've owned. It goes nicely with my Das Keyboard, which is the nicest keyboard I've ever owned, too.
"A better than average mouse for its price. Not bad."
19 March 2009
Pros: Has a MicroGear precision scroll, long battery life, 6 buttons, easy to use configuration driver and Mac compatible.
Cons: Lack of control on mouse speed and tracking on Mac OSX. I find it hard to configure it to my preference. I need it to make very small movement (for work) but the cursor either doesn't move or moves too much. Odd shape for small-handed person like me.