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  1. For a minute there I thought you painted your Z . I thought it looked cool , until I realized it was the lighting .Wouldn't mind having it look like that for real
  2. I too had problems accidentally hitting the larger fingertip buttons, and I do not want to use the smaller ones. My solution to this was to raise the contact points of the left and right mouse buttons by adding a thick foam type material with double face tape. It works great , I can easily hit the left and right mouse buttons without hitting the tip buttons and curl my fingers to hit the fingertip. It looks rough right now but it works. When find a better alternative like a very thick grip tape I'll work on it.
  3. As a hardcore trackball user for the last 20 years, I avoided using mouses unless I had no option. Recently I have tried Logitech G700s, Roccat Tyon and G403. Recently I just discovered the Swiftpoint Z and loved it. The main features that mattered to me are: It is the only mouse I know of in which you can access 8 of the many buttons with just the index and middle finger. All the mouses have their extra buttons on the edges and require stretching fingers laterally to reach them most of the time. The button programming are deep and intuitive. Love how I can configure any keys and buttons in variety of ways. Awesome that its compatible with XIM Apex The vibration/rumble effects lets me know if I activated a button. Being able to set a different dpi to x and y axis is useful. Info display lets me know the status of my mouse such as which profile I'm using, what dpi I am at etc.. And I haven't even delved into the analog and tilt options This is now my favorite mouse will be for a long time unless they make a Z 2.0
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