Originally Posted by trriL
Huanos are good but it seems to really come down to personal preference, and probably proper shell design is more important. Here is the typical argument I hear for Huanos: Heavy click = harder to press when your flicking your mouse across your pad aka less accidental clicks. This argument would make sense but it also makes Huanos sound inferior to Omrons in that you should be more skilled to not press the buttons, this argument also perpetuates the idea that Huanos are not good for click heavy games. The Zowie MiCO was extremely popular among the SC2 community and that uses Huano switches, infact some of the best pro SC2 were using the Zowie MiCO.
I've personally spent time with Huanos and Omrons, I don't have one I prefer more. The both have a different feel. To me Huanos feel more deliberate, Omrons feel more responsive.
After swapping Omrons in and using several different mice I can honestly say that majority of the click is based of the design of the mouse itself than the actual click. I have an Omron MiCO, Huano MiCO, Huano EC2 eVo, Omron WMO, and Omron Kinzu V2 Pro. WMO and MiCO are tied with response and feel. They both however get destroyed by my old g9x. I absolutely hate my kinzu V2 pro click, and the EC2 is just decent. I try so hard to make the EC2 my DD but I just can't do it. I've got a Xornet in the mail, and a pre-order ninox in a warehouse apparently located on tatooine.. which should be shippign to me around the same time Star Wars the Force Awakens gets released in theaters.