Summary: This mouse is the biggest mouse I've ever used. My hand doesn't fit comfortably over it and it doesn't feel as accurate as my G500. I do like the DPI buttons on the front, and the weight adjustment, but I still can't use it because of the size.
Summary: I absolutely was not happy with this mouse so instead of looking for a cheap mouse, these days I used a RAT 7. Much much 1000x over better mouse. I am probably never going to buy anything thermaltake again.
Cons: Cheap plastic. Weights dont make it heavy enough. Weird had position. NOT meant to be clicked. Clicking will damage the mouse buttons. CLICK WITH CARE! Light is too bright.
Summary: I was very happy with this mouse up until the right side clicker broke. Only lasted for about 4 months before this happened. I guess Diablo 3 was its downfall. Other than that it had a comfortable grip. Might be a bit bulky for smaller hand though.
Summary: Bought two of these mouses for my dual PC setup. Both mouses are having to be returned (RMA'd). Great mouse when working but having both go out in such a short amount of time is crazy. I have never even had a mouse or keyboard go back until now. So much for not sticking to Logitech.
Summary: The thumb buttons are very well placed. They sit high and have a braille-like patch of bumps under them so you can always find them quickly but you don't hit them accidentally. Scroll wheel clicks when scrolling feel solid but smooth.
Summary: This is the mouse I used in transitioning from xbox 360 to pc. Considering ive been using the mouse and keyboard while gaming for about 2 months - and now I do great in games like battlefield three. Still works great.
Pros: Very responsive ; cant game without it. on the fly dpi switching and weight adjustment
Cons: On the big side; but that's ok with me. Wish it was a bit heavier and maybe a hiar smaller