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Finalmouse. Weight and Sensor. But awaiting the ambidextrous version since the ergonomic version bothers me.

Found the castor's sensor to be great but hand cramped after extended playtime - it was the weight mainly I couldn't get used to.

Have not tried the Rival 100.
 

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Well you brought a good point there. You personally didn't like the weight. This is one of those parts of a computer setup that really no one can answer for you. It depends on how you play, what kind of weight you like, shape, etc... I love my G502 while my wife hates it because of how low it is. You need to go to a local shop (Microcenter, Fry's, Best Buy) assuming you are here in the US and just trying as many mouses as you can. Or just buy them from Amazon use it for a week and if you don't like it return it. (Or buy all three and return the two you don't like) But it will depend all on how you use a mouse in order to find the mouse that is good for you.

Hope I made sense.
 

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Originally Posted by CorruptBE View Post

If the shape works, I'd go with the Mionix.

Though for my preference, Rival 100 shape would probably work best.
Im using the rival 100 now, love the shape, size, and weight. Only the sensor and dpi steps been bugging me. The final mouse and castor are like the only mice i haven't tried yet. Which is why I asked.

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