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Pros: Amazing mouse for a great price. Extremely comfortable to use (I have big hands). Movement is tracked accurately and preset DPIs work well. Buttons on the mouse that I primary use are easily pressed/accessible.
Cons: Not sure if you can really call this a con, but the glossy surface will track your prints. Doesn't bother me at all though.
Other Thoughts: I have tried a variety of other gaming mice (Logitech, Razer, etc.) and this is hands-down my favorite. If you have the dexterity, reaction time, and a keen eye for details , you will immediately notice how fluid/accurate the movement feels from the moment you initial use the mouse.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Every monitor is calibrated and ready to go out of the box. Lots of inputs (2 DVI, HDMI, DP, VGA Component, Composite, Audio). Excellent picture quality and excellent support.
Cons: Cost - wait for promotions/sales (they regularly go on sale). I have purchased 10 of these and got them all at roughly half off.
Other Thoughts: I am using six of these at the moment for virtual machine monitoring and have done gaming extensively as well. They work great with NVIDIA surround and the picture quality I found to be the best in its class. One of the ten monitors came with a bright pixel out of the box, but Dell's panel guarantee had a new one sent to me (did not have to send the old one back first), which arrived the next day.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to create an extremely clean build with a multitude of fans, custom cooling, I/O, etc. due to the space and cable management options. You will find that a lot of thought was put into engineering the case as you're working on it. The most pleasant experience I have had with a build/case so far.
Cons: Limited availability during initial release, limited documentation on the case (though I didn't need it)
Other Thoughts: Some might argue that the price is a bit steep, but I have no regrets with my purchase. It was nice not having the case being a limiting factor for the things I wanted to do with my build. I imagine the case will last for a few builds, so the $ evens out in the end.READ FULL REVIEW