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I always thought the 3310 was not a terribly picky sensor with mouse pads, especially ones with prints on them. I'm using my ec2a on an older "fragged" edition goliathus control, which is mostly black with a larger razer "splash" logo in the corner of it. It extends out to cover a little less than half the pad, and the rest being all black. I can lift this mouse up, flip it over, do all sorts of crazy things and it'll track flawlessly when I place it back down. That said, the sensor or lens is not loose at all on my mouse. I can shake it around and it makes zero noise what so ever. Very solid build quality on it, besides the side buttons which are very mediocre but function properly.

You should contact Zowie regardless.
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Reporting that the tape trick for reducing LoD somehow alleviates the issue somewhat. Quite counter-intuitive!
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