Hi guys, I'm finally done with the Magic Mouse, and I'm looking for a replacement. I had used USB mouses with scroll wheels, but the MM2 was very good for me when I bought it: totally silent, easy to switch on/off and carry in a bag, no cables, rarely had to charge it, and zero configuration. Except it has proven to also be really bad for my hand. I've tried to make adjustments to my posture and even to the way I hold it, but I'm looking for major improvements, not quick fixes. I have a 2016 MBP Pro that sits on a top of books when I'm at home, connected to a Magic Keyboard and the MM2. I often take the MBP to work. My rationale has been 1. I'm very very used to gestures thanks to the larger trackpad in the new MBP. I also use the three finger gesture to drag all kinds of items. I imagine the Magic Trackpad can be positioned areas (parallel to keyboard, before the keyboard, left or right), thus avoiding locking my hands/arms in routine efforts, and its soft inclination seems to indicate its easier to rest your palm when you're not using it. Is this true? Also, has anyone gone MT solo, and really cut off from using a mouse for precise tasks? I would sell the MM2 so I don't want to panic later about this. 2. On the other hand, Logitech's MX Master 2S has great reviews and seems to be *the* mouse to get. I'm kind of afraid to step outside of Apple hardware for the long term (for instance, bluetooth connectivity seems to improve and then drop again, according to OS versions). It also seems huge and has too many buttons and options I'll never use. If it nevertheless ends the horrible strain I'm feeling from the MM2, I'm willing to try it. So really I'm just looking for confirmation that it is ergonomically sound. Or is the strain always a consequence of using a mouse? What do you guys think?