This is a good point. However, I've had the same issues with the G403 where you can buy 2 copies of the same mouse and they literally do not have the same feeling switches. My G900 has equally tactile M1/M2 buttons and are both at a level plane like the G Pro's positions of its M1/M2 buttons. I don't think changing my grip will change the fact that one of my switches are incredibly lighter than the other. My copy of the G Pro had an M2 button that was so sensitive that I literally couldn't even rest a finger on it else it actuated the switch.
People have reported having tactile clicks or very light clicks with their copies of the G Pro. The point is that Logitech's QC issues affect their production line in a way where nothing is consistent.
You would hate using my FK, AM or G100s.
Originally Posted by thompax
i can see it good in moba games etc but in a low sens game like cs its kinda terrible
I like to use light buttons for GO.
I made my FK's, AM's and G100s' buttons lighter to improve my game. The light buttons and light weight of the G100s almost feels like I just have to think about getting a head shot for it to happen. Only if it the buttons didn't feel like bending plastic and had equal return force...
I can see why n0thing continues to use the G100s, especially if his is modified.