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My Mouse has died :/ Any suggestions for mice to pair with my mousepad?

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1. What's your grip style?
Palm/Fingertip

2. What's your sensitivity?
High-Medium

3. What's your maximum budget?
$100 Give or Take

4. Do you want additional buttons?
Yes

5. What games do you play?
Gaming: FPS games (Counterstrike, Battlefield, Natural Selection 2) + RTS (starcraft 2) + Moba games (Dota 2)

6. Do you mind about prediction?
Yes, I dislike it.

My mouse has died :/ and I'm looking to get a new one and perhaps take advantage of a few labor day weekend sales.

My mouse history:
1) Logitech G9x - I loved the adjustable weights, adjustable grip but overall the mouse is too small for me. The newer (Logitech gamer software) firmware is quite nice, although it still needs some work. It is far better than the firmware the mouse originally came with. I think the build quality of this mouse is excellent.
2) Steelseries Sensei - The mouse I was using until it died just now. I have some mixed feelings about this mouse. I really enjoy some aspects of this mouse but the mouse feels very cheap and has no adjustable weights. The firmware (steelseries engine) is absolutely terrible.


Mousepad
Roccat Alumic Mousepad

Sensitivity
My sensitivity is on the medium to high side. I generally have very little mouse movement. Most of my friends who come over are not able to use my mouse (the cursor will fly off the screen for them).

Grip Style
I prefer the palm style, however since I've used the g9x (claw style mouse) extensively I'm also able to use the claw style.

Budget:
No set budget but if the mouse is over $100 I would like the mouse to be worth it - what I mean is if we were to talk about keyboards it would be foolish to spend over $100 for a dome keyboard but perfectly reasonable for a good quality mechanical keyboard. I don't know if mice have this sort of distinction but this is along the lines of what I'm talking about.

Mouse uses:
Gaming: FPS games (Counterstrike, Battlefield, Natural Selection 2) + RTS (starcraft 2) + Moba games (Dota 2)
General PC work

I think I'm looking for a mouse on the slightly larger side. Alot of "gaming" mouses tend to be quite small.
I would also like a mouse that has an easy to use driver and preferably on-board settings (so I can use my mouse across multiple PCs) that won't conflict with windows settings.

Thanks alot for you help and suggestions!
Edited by whatsntomake - 9/1/13 at 11:42pm
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I'd recommend the razer deathadder 2013 edition. It's a palm style mouse, and from what I've heard from friends, works well.
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