First Impressions Seems fairly robust, comfortable, buttons are solid and overall feel is nice. The grip does take a little getting used to if you have sloppy mouse palming like I do, because the shape of this mouse requires you to place your hand correctly. The mouse itself does seem a little small, or maybe I just have slightly larger than normal hands. The side keypad of the mouse can be a little hard to use. My thumb naturally sits over the first row of buttons, and I have to scrunch my thumb back pretty far to reach the back row. Perhaps a posture adjustment will help alleviate the situation. Setting up First pet peeve is the mouse doesn't come with any installation software, you have to download it. Windows took about 10 seconds to load standard generic drivers for the mouse, and after a quick 14 MB download I had the software installed and running. Not too much to configure here. Slider bar allows you to adjust the DPI, and in another tab there's a button to let you sync up with your WoW or Warhammer mods you may have installed for the mouse. The mouse itself has a toggle switch on the bottom that allows you to select Standard or Advanced modes. Standard means your top row of your keyboard will be transfered to the mouse (1 through 9, 0, -, and =). Advanced mode means your Numpad keys are being used (1 through 9, 0, - and +). I have no idea why it's called Advanced mode, maybe it's because it actually requires you to change your keybindings in-game? The software itself works fine with Windows 7, for those of you wondering how it will work out. It supports XP 32/64 and Vista 32/64, but runs fine with Win 7 64 beta. First Use After setting up, I was off to play Aion. After spending a little time in the keybinding screen I finally had my Templar setup with all of my skills at an easy to reach location! Now, time to kill some stuff! I fly over to the first mob I see, and can't do a damn thing because I just rebound every one of my abilities to different keys and didn't think about the consequences. After narrowly escaping death thanks to being able to click my attacks, I went back through my keybindings and found a more natural way for it all to fit together. Fast forward an hour and I'm gliding from mob to mob with no issues at all. Thankfully only 7 of my extra 14 mouse buttons are currently bound allowing me to adjust quickly. As I get new skills I'll be able to continue binding them to the mouse, and with the combination of CTRL, ALT, and SHIFT keys I'll never have problems binding my skills again. In Closing I've only had this mouse a couple of hours now, and as of right now I'll probably never go back to a normal mouse again. The comfortable grip and gaming button extensions makes this a mouse I could love. Now I'll get to see how it lasts the tests of time (and finger mashing gaming).