I've also had the fluctuating DPI issue with the new firmware. Very intermittent; only seems to happen when I take my PC out of sleep mode. Windows 7, unpatched for god knows how long.
I also think there might be room for more fine tuning on the scroll wheel if that's even a thing. Could be nothing, but I bhop with scrollwheel in CSGO, and this mouse misses jumps more often than others I've used, with the exception of the Abyssus 2014 which was terrible. Unless it has something to do with the wheel itself, I'd have to assume it's firmware. But I'm ignorant to these things, and it could just be that I'm not 'in tune' with this wheel yet.
Also some quick thoughts on the revel since I've had mine for 2 weeks, using it on and off.
Clicks are pretty good; could be better, but certainly not bad. Feel somewhat like newer zowie clicks, but not.
Scroll feels pretty good. Distinct steps and the bumps on the wheel actually don't feel offensive to me like some other bumped wheels. Clicking it is a tad hard, which can be a pro/con depending on your use. Less hard I think than g402 though. As I stated above, I feel like there may be some firmware related bhopping issues for CS;GO, however slight.
Feet were not a big issue, some drag when applying a lot of pressure, but nothing super unusual. Actually better than all the zowie mice(feet too thin, shell drag) and razer(feet to sharp/thin, also shell drag). I'd replace them if it was my daily driver, but they didn't affect my play at all.
Cable is pretty swell, better than most. Not as good as zowie cables, but good.
Build quality in general is pretty good and the mouse is light. I had a little creaking on the left side(barely noticeable), but I think this is due to removing sidebuttons and not adding in any other structure. Perhaps someone else can weigh on on this by giving the sides of their revel a slight squeeze.
Sensor feels great(beta firmware). If this is what the 3360 hype is about, I'm on board and want one in my WMO immediately - I can dream right?
I have some personal dislikes regarding grip/sensor position that will keep me from using the mouse, but I was really impressed by the overall quality, especially when you consider price. I hope low price high performance mice become a standard soon, since it makes ultra high level play just that much more accessible. The revel isn't perfect, but no mouse is; and for 40$ this thing is killer.
Solid mouse overall. Nice job Nixeus! Will recommend!
Edited by ralloff - 10/5/16 at 4:20am