Originally Posted by DeFyYing
I used to have the Scabbard but I had some tracking problems with my EC2-A with the LOD unfortunately. Although now I have a S2 so maybe the 3360 won't have any problems? I only used the Scabbard for a few days because of how annoying the tracking problems were but I did notice how my tracking aim was significantly better like in pistol rounds in CS. I was overshooting a lot with it but maybe I needed to give it more time, I'll definitely consider buying it again. I just hope that Zowie's implementation of the 3360 doesn't have any problems with the Scabbard.
I can't say for sure regarding Zowie mice specifically, but none of my mice have trouble with it, which includes the Model O (3360), G402 (3366), GPW (Hero), Mamba Wireless (3389), Rival 310 (TruMove 3), Rival 600 (TruMove 3+) and HyperX Pulsfire (3310).
My guess would be the Pulsefire is probably the closest to a 3310 equipped Zowie, in that it has no software compatibility or LOD adjustment. Perhaps it may be worth making a separate thread to ask if there are any Scabbard owners with Zowie mice that can confirm.
I can relate to the overshooting thing when getting used to a faster pad, the silicone hybrid pad I'm using at the moment (AMP500) is faster than what I'm used to so it's taking me some time to adjust. I think the Scabbard is a good speed though, it's faster than a typical cloth pad but it's consistent and not too fast to control. It also holds up really well over time and it easy to clean due to the type of fabric used.
I can also confirm that while the MP510 feels "rough" to the touch so to speak, it's not abrasive in any way. It doesn't cause me any discomfort. While the MP510 and Scabbard both use Cordura fabric, their characteristics are slightly different, I would say the MP510 is more of a control type while the Scabbard feels faster.