Joined on 08/27/05
Pros: Excellent sensor. Button clicks are very responsive and satisfying. High quality feel in your hand. Low LOD (2 CD's roughly). LED's work well.
Cons: The mouse wheel does not sit flush on both sides of the housing. It moves ever so slightly left or right. LOD is not adjustable.
Overall Review: I've been using this mouse for almost a month gaming pretty heavily in several different FPS's. I would easily recommend this mouse to anyone. The mouse wheel issue was not enough for me to knock an egg. Everything else about the mouse is fairly outstanding and does not take away from the mouse. The LOD is good. I actually like mine around 1 CD, but 2 is easily manageable for fast and quick swiping. If ROCCAT fixes the mouse wheel not sitting correctly in the housing and allows adjustment of the LOD in the future, the mouse would be absolutely perfect.
Pros: Excellent build quality and construction. Lot's of room and configuration options without the need to mod. Great airflow. The best wire management in any case I've worked on.
Cons: The door swings the opposite direction from which you would display the side of the case. PWM controller is not a true PWM controller.
Overall Review: The door swings open to the left and should swing open to the right so it's easy to get to the bay drives when the case is on display. This is the only oversight in the entire case. The PWM controller is PWM in to the controller and 3pin out. If you are on the fence about buying this case, climb over. It's amazing.
High quality but serious flaw
Pros: High quality, good weight, accurate sensor.
Cons: The software does not allow you to adjust the lift height of the mouse essentially making the mouse useless for any serious FPS gaming. The default lift is extremely high which means when making quick snapping movements the mouse continues to follow.
Overall Review: I really like this mouse, the build quality is excellent. It looks great and feels great in the hand. The design of the feet on this mouse would have made for some very accurate shooting. But unfortunately because of the lift height it's unusable. I also own the Zowie FK1 and Corsair M45. The M45 allows for lift height adjustments and the Zowie has an extremely low default lift height which does not require any further adjustment. I'm really disappointed to say the least.
Pros: Easy to setup and configure. Firmware is an officially supported ASUS version of DDWRT. Has enough built-in support in the interface to cover the large majority of use cases. Strong signals.
Cons: The interface is ugly and clunky feeling. Like a late 90's early 2000's feel. Also a bit unorganized if you compare it directly to the DDWRT interface. Does not have as many options as DDWRT even though it is built on that firmware which I found slightly disappointing.
Overall Review: Outside of the minor interface issues, this router is nothing but "Win". Update to latest firmware before you do anything with this router.