Reviews remain mixed about the Mighty Mouse and its bluetooth counterpart. Its 360-degree scrolling ball makes things easy, but many users (myself included) have experienced the ball eventually failing and becoming clogged with dirt and dust. Its other issues include not having two physical buttons (something our PC and Mac brethren lament equally). I long ago switched to a Logitech wireless mouse for both ergonomic feel as well as weight. My issue with Logitech is their poor software. Anyways, with the advent of multi-touch availability on the Macbook Air and Pro, where are the desktop users left? It will be some time before we see touch-screen Macs, but why not a multi-touch mouse? It is already partially there for the right-click. My gaming friends dislike the Mighty Mouse because of the need to remove your primary finger to activate the right click. Well, the Macbooks can make a right click by using two fingers. Seems logical that this might be the next step for the Mighty Mouse. A multi-touch shell would make right-click easier, perhaps fix the twitchy side buttons, as well as remove the 360-degree scroll ball but still retain the functionality. Apple has apparently already worked on this idea, though by now they may have come up with something new. AppleInsider looks over a patent filed by Apple last year here. So what would you do to make the Mighty Mouse more enjoyable for the everyday user? Is Apple over-engineering the mouse? Also, can it come in matte black?