I’m a first time Mac user, long time Windows/PC user, and I feel that using a mouse on a Mac, just sucks. I love the trackpad, don’t get me wrong, but as soon as I plug in a mouse (various mice) on my 15” MBP the tracking is simply not as sensitive as a Windows PC, period. I’ve tried Steermouse and “tweeking” the speed and sensitivity options, but yet to no avail when I want to zero in on a small piece of text I need to make an extra motion to get it to line up correctly to the beginning of the text in order to highlight it (for example). I’ve read numerous threads about this issue on the web, all you have to do is Google it, and you will see that many mention issues with OS X’s acceleration, which is “different” than windows pc. I know A LOT of you will say “I’ve never had a problem”, and I can only assume that you have always been a Mac user, or you’ve been a long time Mac user and that’s why you can’t tell the difference. It’s disappointing that Apple, which is renowned for being a graphics machine would not put an emphasis on accurate and precise tracking of the mouse. I hope (haven’t given up on Mac yet) that the situation is much better on a Wacom tablet. And, I don’t think it’s my particular MBP that has the problem, because I’ve been to a few Best Buys’ and tried out all the machines with a MM and it’s even worse. Hopefully someone here will guide me to a solution, whether it is a different mouse (I’ve tried Logitech LS1, an older Logitech optical, and a BT MM) or a different app other than Steerdrive, which might make the mouse tracking better. Seriously, it got to the point my wrist started hurting and I rather use the trackpad instead. Also, I prefer scrolling on the trackpad which is much smoother than on a Logitech scrollwheel which is “choppy” when scrolling.