Out of all the mice I've used over the years, and I've had like over 5 mice in the past 7 years... I tend to lean towards Logitech if for the design. However I don't really like them over time because they're a grime magnet (on the buttons) and I think their buttons tend to get bouncy too. I've had to toss one prematurely because it kept double clicking when it shouldn't. But I'm no good here. I'm using an HP "Laser Gaming Mouse" that doesn't seem to exist.
Some things to answer though are if you want a form-fitting mouse (it only fits with one hand or the other) or an ambidextrous one. How many buttons you want. Etc.
Thanks for the reply, I can adapt to ambidextrous if needed, I've got a few on other systems, but I prefer the form fitting ones like the MS one I had, right now I bounce between WOW and black ops 2, and as long as its supports "profiles" for different games I don't care as long as it has more than the standard three. really my biggest issue is longevity. I hate finally getting used to a mouse it breaks and having to get a new one, even if its the same mouse, its not the same. ya know? I'm thinking of giving this one
a try, I like that it has the Omron micro-switches, they should hold up for a good while, and might even be replaceable if need be.