Summary: You might like the mouse. It does enter a 1 - 9 like your keyboard would. But, unless you're playing a game that you need to push buttons for, it kind of sucks because it's big and bulky and kind of unwieldy.
Pros: Lots of buttons.
Cons: Expensive. Buttons are difficult to differentiate. I tried hard to make this mouse work but now it is on the shelf. Razor software requires a login to their cloud service. I say no. It's just a mouse and I shouldn't have to log in to use it. That's just dumb. I'll avoid Razor products because of that. I'm sick and tired of every little program wanting me to log in. You're not that important RAZOR.
Summary: This mouse is similar to the Logitech G600, in feel, shape, build and even plastic coating (sandy grimmy feel). The mouse jerking issue must be unique to me as I can't find other with the same issue. I have reported the problem to Razer support and am waiting to hear back from them.
Pros: The Mechanical keys have a responsive touch and satisfying click. 8200 dpi is nice if not overkill
Cons: This is not a Naga as I used to know. its much bigger forcing me to use a palm grip on the mouse (from the claw grip I used to use on the Molten). This grip plus the size makes it harder to play FPS with but is still fine for MMOs. I'm not a fan of the new material used on the mouse its like holding worn down sand paper. but all that is minor compared to the jerking the mouse does. The mouse will jump downwards seemingly at random times. I have cleaned the sensor, swi...
Summary: I don't know if most people have a problem with the buttons it, but I don't like them as much as the old style. I had a Naga Molten that broke and I replaced it with with this, I don't like the buttons as much. They are more raised and I hit the 1 when adjusting my hand sometimes. It's really annoying trying to bow down a bandit in Skyrim and I go to line up my shot and accidentally hit 1 and she pulls out her daggers..
Summary: Mine was a bit wobbly on its feet, which hurt accuracy. It is also an incredibly wide mouse that really wants you to use a palm grip, and as someone used to a claw grip, it was a painful transition. I replaced it within a week of starting to use it.