Originally Posted by toolmaker03
well that would be a no.
I buy a mouse, and use it, until it fails, than I buy another mouse. 99% of all the mice I have ever owned, have failed in 3 to 4 years. the RAT9 is the first mouse I have ever owned, that has lasted this long. does that help to clear things up for you, and no I don't have dozens of functioning mice sitting in a box somewhere, like you seem to. apparently you have had to buy a lot of different mice, just to find one that works for you. I am happy that that this method has work for you, and I am sure that you have learned a lot about mice, through such a process. so when my RAT9 does fail. I will start a thread here, and ask what mouse you guys feel is a good mouse, one that functions well, and will last for a decent amount of time.
if one mouse has been working for you and 99% didn't, it means that you had 100 mice total.
which would make you 360 years old (at least).
you seem to be lost even within your small bubble.
what are you doing in this particular thread? you cannot give advice, obviously