Summary: I thought this mouse would be great for WoW, but I quickly realized the mouse was very hard to use without first looking at the mouse to verify where my thumb was on the number pad. I tried hard to get the feel of it, but ultimately it was unreliable because I would hit the wrong button unless I could periodically look at the mouse to see where I was at on the buttons. It was well made and looked great, but the button layout was unnatural.
Summary: I purchased this item as a gift for my boyfriend as a gift, he seemed a bit disappointed but loved it maybe because it was from me i believe the item is a bit too light it seems like it might fall apart, any ways the item is beautiful, As a worker at amazon i must say that the prime delivery did not let me down at all. five stars to jam csa.......
Summary: This should be the only choice your looking for, It has more than enough buttons and if you keybind at all you will simply double and triple the button usages. I have 7 level 85 World of Warcraft characters (top level) and this mouse has made playing a joy. I had to reorder a new one when my older model finally needed to be replaced after much button wair and two years of play roughly. Trying to play without it was pure agony.
Summary: The only reason why this mouse did not get 5/5 stars is because it lacks the left/right middle click buttons. This is 2012, that should be a mandatory feature for any mouse, let alone any performance mouse. I use this mouse for SWTOR, and love it. It makes playing melee characters a breeze. If you are not using a mouse with bindable keys on it, you are at a disadvantage. TL;DR Mouse is OP.
Summary: Good News: In terms of usage and feasibility this mouse is awesome. The buttons are a little small - of course because there are 12 of them I would expect as much. We have a second computer with an actual WoW mouse and the thing is to big for me to use. Bad News: We bought the first one less than one year ago, and the left clicker started malfunctioning about 3 months ago. We took the mouse apart and jerryrigged it to get a few more months out of it.
Summary: I wanted a mouse with lots of extra buttons, laid out in a logical fashion that would assist in my love of MMORPGs. That's exactly what I bought. The one complaint I have about it (outside of my own inability to get used to using it) is that something about the way it's designed causes me to drag click a lot more than I intend.
Summary: Overall a solid gaming mouse. It has plenty of buttons on it, so while playing WOW or Bioware's new StarWars MMO game, I can use the thumb buttons on the side to cast all my spells. As others have noted, the last row of buttons (10, 11, and 12) are fairly difficult to use, so I never use them. As others have noted also, the forwards and backwards buttons next to the left click button is in a bad spot, so I just mapped them to scroll through my sensitivity stages.
Summary: I wanted a game mouse and chose this one. I had high hopes for it. Upon opening the package found that the drivers are not included on a disk, but are on the Web site. No problem installing the drivers. I like the LED colors. The first problem I found was that in moving the mouse around without the need for actually using it was impossible without hitting a button by mistake. If I had a desk with ample room, this would be no great problem.
Summary: I have been using the razer diamondback for years now to play wow, and love it. The speed, control, and accuracy makes it the best gaming mouse that I have ever used, so when my friend suggested the Naga I of course had no issues buying another Razer. I really like what they have done with the braided fiber wires on all of their products. As with everything that is new and different it took some adjusting on my part.