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Edit: Well, I cancelled the order for the glass, decided it wasn't the way to go.
Edited by gohn - 10/6/13 at 8:44am
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So, I ordered a pink SS experience I-2, cause it was the only color available. lol. But, besides that I got it cause its glass and Im curios as to how glass mats feel. As of now im using a Func 1030 that Ive had since like 2004 and the rough side is worn down and Im using the smoother side and don't really care for it (to grippy). Im not exactly sure if glass mats are more for precision or slide, but I wanted to try glass anyways for the "experience" lol. The mouse Im using is a Kinzu v2 (not pro) with the feet that came on it, and was wondering if I should change them for a better feel.

other notes: Ive had the Kinzu for 6 months or so, and I like it a lot except its somewhat small and was maybe looking for a new mouse. Ive looked at the sensei is similar and bigger, but didn't care for the buttons on the right side of the mouse. Then I saw the ec1 which looks great, but people say the scroll is weird, Im not really sure. so, any mice suggestions are welcomed. The only other gamin mouse Ive owned was a Razer copperhead I think, and got that when I bought the Func pad along time ago and it died on me within a couple months, so not fond of Razer, however that was a while back. Anyways yea, thats my story and question I guess, any feedback is appreciated XD

Edit: Im also open to other mouse pad suggestions aswell, I like hard mats with granular slippy surface

hyperglide mouse feet. I put them on my g500 and never turn back. however gettin rid of that mouse, the best things on it are the feet. I've got an ICEMAT glass mousepad
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So, I ordered a pink SS experience I-2, cause it was the only color available. lol.

Lol @ the pink.

I was looking at those on ebay and was curious, is there any way to remove the pink?

Like is the color on the BACK of the mousepad, where a chemical solvent might remove it? (and then I could paint it black? thumb.gif)
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