Summary: The mouse works great and feels good in my hand. I was apprehensive about having a "smooth" mouse but I don't stick to it like I figured I would. The only complaint I have is that the left mouse button squeaks when pressed sometimes I have a purchased a different mouse because it has become too...
Summary: The mouse looks good, feels ok.. but when in use the mouse buttons squeak like someones nails on a chalk board. I could not use the mouse with that type of noise going on.. Also felt like the left button was getting caught on something? Pass on this there are better options..
Summary: Everything about this is amazing. PROS: The changeable weight system the cord the fact that it is corded so you dont need batteries the DPI (3600) CONS: the only problem i have found is that on the right side (for right handed people) it pushes my index and pinkie off to the right.
Summary: For a gaming mouse, this is about as cheap as you can go without major sacrifices in quality. The macro editor that comes with it is easy to use and fast to learn. I like it and will most likely buy another if this one dies.
Summary: So right after my time expires to return this piece of crap, it takes a dump on me and the laser stops working. It is just the laser, as the buttons still function, but there is no point if I can't move the cursor.
Summary: Not all mice are created equal of course and a good mouse is a good thing to have. A good mouse should allow you to adjust many of the settings like DPI and re-assigning the buttons. A good mouse should let you customize it and maybe even give you the ability to store profiles in it.