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It's hard for me to imagine the 2mm QcK+ being good, tried with a G5 back in 2009 and it felt like it had a layer of glue on it or something, extremely slow and heavy to move the mouse. Does the Heavy offer better glide?

Sounds like you got a bad batch or something else was wrong, i have qck+2 mm, Heavy 6mm and XXL 4mm and theres no doubt about it that the 2mm is the fastest in every aspect, XXL is good too but both make the Heavy feel slow and
post #2132 of 3551
I just got the G Pro, compared to the G403 this one has a flawless wheel, no noise scroll upwards or downwards.

The side buttons are crisper than that of the G403, the main buttons are spring-tensioned and really good, but the G403 felt a bit better there. The main buttons are also quite loud, distinct click.

It's small though, missing the hump of the G403 and me rather clawing than fingertipping the mouse, I wished it would be as it is, but somewhat larger. It's very FLAT, need to get used to that.

Precision is good, small mice seem to make pixel precise aiming easier, at least in my experience. It's very light, sensor is great, it has no real flaw except maybe being too tiny and flat for some.

Maybe I got lucky with a "perfect wheel" this time, only 1 of 4 G403 mice had a non-noisy wheel. The soft middle button click of the G Pro wheel is important for me, like it very much. thumb.gif

Bottom Line: Very hard to decide between G403 and G Pro. It's a matter what shape you prefer, and if you can't stand a noisy wheel. The G Pro is made for fingertip/grip players, for claw grip the G303 is IMO superior. The G403 is for palm grip.

Logitech has a great line up of mice for sale right now. Wish they would have put some more effort into the wheel suspension of the G403, it should not make any noise at all, not this "1 in 4" flawlessly nonsense. Have an ages old Cyber Snipa (stupid name, yeah) Stinger that has a perfect 4-way-wheel, soft and precise. Wonder why Logitech has quality trouble with the wheels on the G403, seriously.
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Maybe I got lucky with a "perfect wheel" this time, only 1 of 4 G403 mice had a non-noisy wheel. The soft middle button click of the G Pro wheel is important for me, like it very much. thumb.gif

Come again? The Pro has one of the hardes M3 clicks of all mice out there?
post #2134 of 3551
hows it going with the missclicks guys? i do it quite often when i flick 180 :/ coming from ec2a with terrible clicks..
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hows it going with the missclicks guys? i do it quite often when i flick 180 :/ coming from ec2a with terrible clicks..

I hated the Ec2-a clicks also. I liked the Ec2 Evo better.
    
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post #2136 of 3551
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hows it going with the missclicks guys? i do it quite often when i flick 180 :/ coming from ec2a with terrible clicks..

I had this on the G303 badly, but the problem went away after two weeks or so. I guess the brain needs to rewire itself. It later came back a little when playing extra tired but that also fixed itself over time.

On the Pro I also had it for a bit coming from the G303, and it again stopped after a while of using it.
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great to hear!
post #2138 of 3551
i feel like the clicks are more sensitive when they haven't been used in a while. stored my g303 for a while and initially i thought the buttons somehow broke, but they got better after a couple of days. had some accidental clicks when i just got the g pro as well, but they also seem better now.
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i feel like the clicks are more sensitive when they haven't been used in a while. stored my g303 for a while and initially i thought the buttons somehow broke, but they got better after a couple of days. had some accidental clicks when i just got the g pro as well, but they also seem better now.

This was also true in my case (though it might just be us getting used to the mouse). Out of the box I felt the G Pro's clicks were insanely sensitive. A few weeks later and they seem fine.
post #2140 of 3551
Anyone remember when the G303 dropped in price? I really want to try G Pro out, but 70 bucks without shipping or tax is too rich for my blood. Ideally, I'd like it to be around where the G303 is now - around 40$ on amazon.
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