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  1. INB4 Crit boob pads.
    (mid-left @ 0:45)

    /s

    I am hoping for a basic mouse that's of moderate to large size and/or one that I can take apart to add weight since I'm one of the weird ones that like heavy mice.

  2. I think I've mentioned this before, but the first gen Corsair M65 is just about perfect for me. To be specific,

    Good:
    Nice size
    Weighted
    DPI settings
    Just enough buttons
    Built like a brick shithouse

    Bad:
    Finicky with USB 3.0 ports
    Soaks in the oils from skin
    Teflon feet don't have the best adhesive

    Moot:
    Sniper button
    Cable still has kinks from when it was in the packaging, FIVE YEARS AGO.
    Sensor is love or hate

    For me the size is the most important. I used to use one of those cheapo Logitech wireless mice, but with my hybrid palm grip it was simply too small for me to use comfortably. Weight isn't as important because I can just toss in a poly bag filled with lead shot or tungsten powder or something. For me the sensor doesn't matter too much as long as it's "good enough". The PMW3360 would be nice and all, but a more basic one would be fine as well. I think my mouse uses the ADNS 9800 and I don't have any issues with it. A flimsy mouse has no place on my desk however.

    Oh, and being able to take it apart would be nice. Sometimes you really just want to mod something, ya know?


    In a recent video there was a comment about a keyboard. If that happens, any chance of getting it in a kit? I know it's just me being picky, but I like Clears, and those are hard to find in a keyboard style I like.

  3. GabD says:

    I'm still waiting for someone to make a mouse that has easily-replaceable/repairable switches, not unlike mechanical keyboard switches.

    I tend to only buy new mice once per decade. I'm still on my second mouse ever. I'm a bit OCD about the durability of the products I buy. Anything that you can take apart and repair yourself is a win in my book.

  4. I'd like to once see a mouse with harder to press buttons on the sides and have them extend out further. So easier to reach but harder to click them by mistake.

  5. Tactile clicky buttons on the sides has always been overlooked and I totally agree.

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