Had the Cyborg RAT 9 , got it 4 years ago, as far as I remember, the first models where extremely well built, now after 4 years of working with it daily, it gave way, so I decided to upgrade to the same model, sadly, the new models are just cheap… but still expensive. So, after some careful research I moved to the Razer Ouroboros, which I must say ,is absolutely mind blowing. Comfortable in hand, very customizable , very sensitive, just an amazing piece of hardware!
I had Razer Ouroboros aswell! Now I have a temporary $10 mouse. It really rocked. I never played games a lot, but when I did, the bindings were great!
Now, I don’t know about Ouroboros (If you can do these complicated binds, but you should…), but I also had an A4Tech X7(? If I remember correctly) and… Here are some tips for designers out there with mouses that have lots of binding buttons:
1) Bind CTRL+Z. It saves a lot of time. Bind CTRL+SHIFT+Z. 2) Bind Canvas Size (I use that quite a lot.) 3) Bind New Layer, use  to move layers and uh, can’t remember the one to create groups.
5 seconds here, 2 seconds there, in a day, it adds up to perhaps 1 hour of lost time.
WACOM Intuos Pro.
Apple Mouse has been thrown to the trash!
On my MacBook Pro I use the Trackpad and on my iMac I have been using the Apple Wireless Mouse.
I know I am boring.
Standard trackpad here (Y)
i love this thread, since i’m a MAC user and thinking of getting a new mouse.
i use Microsoft Intellimouse 3000 wireless optical system. Works really well, comfortable and so natural and ergonimic.
It’s a shame when a Microsoft attachment puts the silly flat Apple mouse to shame