Okay, so I got the Razer Pro mouse along with the Propad today. http://www.razerpro.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=12&Itemid=26 The Propad is made of aluminum with a smooth, yet ridged coating on the top for the mouse to sense every tiny movement. The Propad is double sided, and has small grey rubber feet at each corner designed to keep it stationary on the desk. Onto the mouse The box: The box is a box. A cube with very nice design and elegance, almost Apple-ish. From looking at it you know that this is a high quality product. Opening it, the mouse sits horizontally on top of a cardboard slat, encased in a plastic bubble. Below the slat is the user manual. The mouse is sleek and VERY comfortable with the hand. IT's ergonomic design gives the left and right hand the same feel, so there is no loss in quality over which hand you use. The right and left click buttons are long and contoured to fit your middle and index fingers perfectly. The scroll wheel is closer to the front of the mouse, and is a rubberized, non-slip surface which is clickable as well. On either side of the mouse in the middle, are two buttons. Each button has a front click and a back click, making two buttons from one. The mouse itself is white in color, the right/left buttons are grey, and the wheel and side buttons are clear with an ambient blue light radiating through them. SET UP: The mouse, like any mouse, works right out of the box like any mouse would on OS X. I don't know about windows, but I imagine not seeing as how nothing works on windows anyway. The user manual indicates there are four steps to installing the drivers for OS X, and TWELVE for windows. Upon restarting the machine, I went into SYSTEM PREFERENCES and clicked on the newly installed Preference Pane for the Razer. There are three tabs: Sensitivity: Adjust the speed of the mouse on surfaces, turn on/off "on-the-fly sensitivity (which allows the change of sensitivity from application to application, useful for web browsing versus photoshop, etc.), and DOUBLE CLICK speed test. Scroll Wheel: where you can adjust the speed of scrolling. Buttons: where you can customize the buttons on the mouse from various different thinks. Using the mouse: Upon plugging in the mouse, I could already feel the difference before the drivers were installed. Immediately I switched out my old mouse pad with the ProPad, and it was even smoother than before. After installing the drivers, I was immediately satisfied by pushing the sensitivity to 7 out of 10. The mouse smoothly glides around the screen, not going to fast as to make it seem jumpy. Clicking and dragging a window is extremely smooth. Testing in photoshop yielded the mouse a true success, with it's ability to glide seamlessly, not missing or jumping any pixels. The cons: The MACROS option when trying to configure a mouse button does not let you use the COMMAND key at the same time as another key (C or V for copy or paste). This may just be a bug. The driver's were updated on November 16th 2005 to version 1.6.2. I have already submitted a report to the drivers team. Pros: EVERYTHING ELSE. A MUST have. I rate this mouse a 9.5 out of 10 for the simple reason of the MACROS bug. Once fixed, a 10 will be given easily.