Originally Posted by PhiZaRoaH
Sucks to hear you have had some issues, how adjusted to the shape are you after this long? How is your performance & have you had any issues with your wrists or any pain?
The shape wasn't a problem anymore after the first odd 2-3 days, so no issues here at all - also didn't have any kind of a RSI or similar stress of the mouse hand despite quite heavy gaming and everyday use. I was used to the MX518/G400 shape before. I even find it a very relaxing and comfortable mouse as it is very light and easy to control with just thumb and pinky if you want.
The buttons going defective doesn't seem to be only me, a friend of mine who bought the mouse, too, already experienced button failure 2-3 months earlier, and that after buying it some time after me. He also had the rattling sensor problem, which my mouse didn't have.
Maybe it's time for a remake with a more conservative shape, more leaning towards the G100. That the highly praise "spring-tensioned" buttons failed me quite early is a real bummer though. I am simply used to better durability from Logitech mice.
Edit: It's a very accurate mouse for pixel accuracy, but if you have really large hands, it might still be too small. You are basically covering the entire mouse with your hand and control it with thumb and pinky, which is to me somewhat surprisingly a very accurate kind of grip.Edited by Longasc - 6/17/16 at 4:18pm