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R.A.T. 5 vs. Naos 5000

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yes i know, the 5000 has 1000 more dpi, IMO, more than 3200 is overkill so its a non issue...im looking at these two mice and ive heard the naos is more reliable, and more comfortable over time, but ive also heard is that the R.A.T. is a snipers mouse and i snipe probably 80% of the time, i also have a logitech g510 (changeable backlight to any color) so the color of the lights isnt really an issue and i can match up the R.A.T.s 3 the profiles with the keyboards 3 profiles. but i prefer blue/green and the r.a.t. uses red leds...also, price tag is also important there seems to be a 20-30$ difference in the mice, but thats not that big of an issue....ive heard the rat can have problems with black mouse pads and i am planning on getting a steelseries qck heavy or plus. can anyone recommend a better mousepad if this one wont work well (has to be big)? also, the sniper button seems to be a VERY nice feature so i can get headshot after headshot. is it overrated? also mionix seems to be a better quality since they are a smaller company, and ya know, hot swedish chicks...plus the lights feature is very nice.

So, what you guys think?
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Naos. For ergonomic/weight reasons
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Naos. For ergonomic/weight reasons
Seconded. It's so damn comfortable. It felt a little weird at first because I was using a crappy Microsoft mouse, but now that I have my Naos, I can't go back.
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