I've owned and own a lot of mice (a huge number, preference is small/medium ambidextrous mice). I actually really like the Jugan (£30 off aliexpress or was), the sensor movement feels really damn responsive and shape is really good (a good sized bottom to grip). I had to sandpaper the bejeebus off M1 for it to not give me wrist pain (like seriously worrying, tingling, pain in the wirst multiple times etc). I also made some ghetto split buttons using a sharp knife to reduce the tension from the rest of the shell. The stock M1/M2 buttons are insanely difficult to press, it's crazy. You think it's nice and tactile for about 15 minutes when you first get the mouse but it's literally unusable and will destroy your wrist. In contrast the Coolermaster Mastermouse S whilst an awesome shape and decent clicks (new version), the sensor just feels awful and buttons unresponsive to the point where it's noticeable in gameplay at least IME. You can just setup the mouse using Synapse and uninstall the software with no ill-effects (unlike the Coolermaster software which definitely does something janky).
It's obvious Razer cheaped out a bit on the build quality (no individual screws holding the PCB to the shell) but equally the main screw holding the top shell to the bottom does a good job of securing the PCB. I wouldn't buy this mouse without accepting the need to do some modifications (probably worth securing the sensor to the bottom shell using double sided tape too), but after you're done it's really decent!
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