Originally Posted by carajean
Seems like your mind is already made up. Return the mouse thats your fix. Either that or call logitech and complain! The above fix has been discussed many times on several different forums ( google search ) about this mouse. At this time that is the only fix your going to get. I had a LAN this weekend and played A LOT of D3 and my G600 didnt act up at all. Logitech is aware of this issue as its all over their forums.
That's not true, I remain hesitant to return the mouse, because I am reading that there are also many people with this mouse that are NOT experiencing this problem. So this raises a few possibilities, two being: 1) this is not a universal problem, but only apparent in a number of productions or 2) this is a universal problem and some people are not experiencing this issue simply because they are not noticing it, but the problem is still there in actuality.
So, if the true scenario is 1), then I remain hesitant to return the mouse, because it's a great mouse with this issue being the only exception; I would rather RMA it. In a nutshell, I am wondering if this is a universal issue or not.