I have a Logitech Performance Mouse MX, a relatively high-end, wireless, modern model that uses their unified receiver. It's served me pretty reliably for the time I've had it. However, I just bought one of the updated MBPs along with a new Airport Base Station, and now my mouse is flaking out so badly that it's practically unusable. It's not just skipping on tracking--button clicks and scrolling will also stop working sporadically but very regularly, even cutting out in the middle of a drag operation causing whatever I'm dragging to get dropped midway. The dropouts range from a brief skip to maybe 1-2 seconds, and happen constantly. I had maybe seen a very occasional spaz before, but these problems started immediately after upgrading my computer and router, and I'm connected to a home server (resulting in somewhat more than normal network traffic) so I'm inclined to believe that the problems are being caused by the 5GHz band on the router interfering with the wireless connection between the mouse and the receiver. However... a couple of searches didn't turn up anybody else having these problems, so I'm wondering if it's actually just my mouse coincidentally failing. (I've already tried the obvious things like turning stuff off and back on, and re-pairing the mouse with the receiver.) Has anybody else had problems like this? Is there a particular 5GHz channel I can pick to avoid the frequency the Unified Receiver uses (it's on auto right now)?