I'm basically fed up with my wireless Mighty Mouse. I'm sick of cleaning it every day, and it's starting to feel like the cursor lags a bit. The only positive thing is that it's wireless, but that isn't good enough to make me keep it. I've just temporarily switched back to my USB Logitech MX518, and it's great apart from the extra wire clogging up my desk. I realised once again how great my Logitech mouse is, so I want to buy a new one for my Mac. I've been reading into the MX and VX Revolution mice, and there are a couple of issues I have with each of them. The VX doesn't have a dock to charge it in, and seems to be a little small. It looks quite nice and it seems to have better compatibility with OS X than the MX. The MX does have a dock to charge the mouse, and seems like a good size. I've been reading that it has few issues with OS X, as in a few of the buttons and customisation of the buttons doesn't work. Is this still an issue, or have new drivers been developed? I will be mainly using the mouse for design work so I need a responsive mouse, wireless and a dock is a major plus and the fact that I need a spare USB port isn't an issue to me. Can anyone clear my confusion with these Logitech mice up? I'd really like to order one in the next few days if everything works out alright.