But my son and others just won't pay for this. Here's what we use:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HTK1NCS/ is 12USD.
These are very solid mice. Braided cord and a bit too similar to your cougar in lighting and design.
As the question asks, is the Cougar Minos X5 a good gaming mouse?
I ask this question after reading this cougar minos x5 review
http://www.clutchkills.com/cougar-minos-x5-review/ which appears to be very unbiased (which I like).
I am mainly an FPS gamer and need to improve on my aiming speed to drop my enemies before they even see me.
At the moment, it is the other way around and I am getting dropped just as I notice them in site.
My main goal is to improve the muscle memory (using my mouse hand), so more like a physical exercise, but my thinking was, why not find a mouse that also performs well and combine the two?
My thinking is, the 2000Hz polling rate using the PMW 3360 sensor should be more responsive and if I combine this with my exercises I should be able to get better and faster at aiming?
Is the 2000hz overkill or do gamers really notice the difference? Also, can anyone tell me what the buttons feel like when clicking and of course the same for the wheel when rolling?
Alternatively are there any other mice out there that can help with this task at hand?