Razer Deathadder is where it's at.
Logitech MX310. Not exactly overflowing with buttons, but that was about as many as I felt comfortable with on my mouse. I also use a G13 gamepad, though, so I set most of my bindings on that.
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thanks for all the responses guys looks like a have several brands and models to look up
Razer Deathadder, great for both WoW and Starcraft.
MX1000 for 3 years, currently using the G5 and will be upgrading to the G700 very shortly.
Nothing beats a Logitech..... mostly
Logitech G5 (1st gen) and Razer Mamba.
Logitec G9x, best mouse out there imo, unless your looking for 8 milloin buttons on the side, frictionless scrolling 2 side buttons, up to 5000dpi (great for large moniters(tvs))
I use the Steelseries Cataclysm world of warcraft mouse, havent had any issues with it, feels natural, except that button right under the mousewheel :S
Typically my left hand is free on WASD to master movement, I can move and DPS much more efficiently than someone using just the keyboard - and the added proximity to the 1-2 buttons lets me use those action keys too if need be; also having the free hand on WASD to use shift for marcos is epic as well.
Example, try holding shift to use a macro, whilst moving with WASD and then press an action bar key on the fly, especially if its 5+ on the action bar; not as simple without the Naga. ;D
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Razer Krait. Yeah it only has 2 buttons, but it's very lightweight!
Tried Naga for a couple of weeks, disliked it because of the weight and went back to Krait. Perhaps if I was used to heavier mouses Naga would've been fine. It was a great mouse otherwise. (the mouse itself isn't heavy, the required "counter-force" to press the buttons makes it so).
Roccat Kone, I've got it in September and couldn't be more satisfied <3 <3 <3
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I believe the WoW Steelseries mouse has had some terrible reviews. Be it poor software or poor location of buttons.
I find that most of the gaming mouses are too small, and my hands aren't exactly large.
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