Summary: The mouse is awesome, when it does not give you problems. I am running on a Mac OS 10.8.4 and about a month ago, I noticed that the mouse cursor took a long time to wake up (over 30 seconds). Extremely annoying. The left and right clicks still worked immediately upon waking up. Updated to latest drivers, reboot, same problem. Sent email to email@example.com, got a reply to fill out a web form. Filled out the web form, no response.
Summary: But, the positioning of the buttons is awkward, you lose the regular 'back', 'forward' thumb buttons (they become forefinger buttons), and the lower rows (6-12) are impossible to operate with someone with an adult size hand.
Summary: Left click is double clicking Dont really like the design. The buttons to the left of the mouse button, never used... and numbers 7-12 need to be moved up more. Overall need a mouse w/ this many for MMOs but i'd try to find one that isnt this pricey and has 1/2 the buttons.
Summary: My wife and I ordered 2 Razer Naga molten's this week. We are prime customers and got them in 2 days :) Upon opening the shipping box I immediately noticed that one mouse had a plastic sheath over the packaging and another did not... Low and behold the after getting half way through excitedly key-binding for wow, I ran into a serious problem with the mouse who's packaging was missing the outer sheath (Although otherwise it seemed untempered with.
Summary: SERIOUSLY, do NOT buy Razer products unless you want to have to update your mouse 5 times a week and be forced to restart your comp/re-do all your bindings. This is the most annoying product i have ever owned. In order to use bindings, you have to use Razer's awful Synapse 2.0 software. Synapse literally forces you to update or else your bindings won't work, It also forces you to restart your comp every time it updates. Hardware? OK Software?
Summary: The mouse is nice, but not great. its light and feels kinna cheap. The numbered buttons on the side are nice but easily lose track of whats what in game. the lights that are behind the numbers glow hot...reallly hot. And they don't turn down..just off. So no happy medium. Which in turn makes finding the right button to push even harder since you can't see it. I regret this purchase and am looking to get the Logitech mmo mouse.
Summary: Seemed like a decent mouse when I got it, a bit flaky though. After using it a few weeks the cat knocked it off the desk and something inside broke off and rattled around. After it quite working completely I opened it up, there is a weight screwed into the plastic under where your palm rests, the little post it was screwed into snapped off. Eventually the metal weight must've damaged the circuit board. Not going to be buying a replacement.