Sensor + 1000hz:
1:1 hand movement. Nothing to add. Didn't notice the LOD being to high. Guess i am used to that.
Shape- and texturewise: (got 7,5 inches long hand, rather thin fingers)
-Slips from my hand. Impossible to grip comfortably, because of that it feels very heavy too. The DA has a better grip for me.
Reasons are: I use my ring finger to pick it from the right side. But theres no lip or angle where i could place it under (DA has). The area where the ring finger belongs is to small (not enough height). The biggest problem though is the grainy texture, i get no friction with that. This of course is different with everybody due to hand chemistry, I have dry hands. This slipperiness makes the mouse overall very uncomfortable to hold, and tiring. Maybe if I would remove it somehow. But I'm not sure. I could also simply put scotch tape everywhere, dry hands get a good hold with that. But I don't want to do that, then find out it doesn't change anything and then be unable to return it. I would had to use tape with stronger glue cause of the texture.
-Then it is too short for me, 3mm more would've been nice. Can't semi palm it, but for finger tip, as it is right now, it feels too big and heavy, or unhandy and i think even with a sticky texture. The shape just generally feels akward, can't really describe it. I am used to the Logitech G1 which fit like a glove from the beginning, so does the DA (but too heavy).
By the way that grainy texture feels nowhere as rough as the g9x's precision shell whichhas bigger grains i think. Anyway, unpleasant for me.
Shapes I like
Razer Naga (fits very well, picking up ofcourse not so much)
G400 (due to right side lip, otherwise dunno)
G9x (with each shell and without any)
IME 1.1 (cause outside angle)
Edited by Jalal - 5/20/13 at 7:38pm