Lore also featured one on the marmot one week. He uses the D pad Hat for abilities, I tend to use it for forward back and strafing. It lets me use one finger (thumb, which previously only used the space bar) for movement rather then 2-3. I can use those 2-3 for buttons to mash skills. The left side 3 buttons are shift and alt and PTT from bottom to top. The wheel is tab target / reverse tab target (which I rarely use, I click to target). That gives me 11 buttons to mash, plus 2 modifiers for a total of 33 keybinds in amazingly easy reach. The software is amazingly easy to figure out and write macros in (which I don't as I am afraid of Blizzard nailing me for illegal macros). The button above the hat is auto run.
Took me about a week of wiping in sarth 3d to get it down. Now I can't play without it. I've had it for a year and there is only a bit of wear on the devastate button. 11/10
I use the steel series MMO mouse, which is alright. I find the build quality isn't as high as it should've been; the finish is wearing off (and it's like a plastic sheet coating) which is irritating. The braided cord has worn through where the cord goes over the back of my desk, and as such it used to get caught till I stripped the braided sleeve off the cord. I've had it since Christmas. The "hat" buttons are more irritating then useful and as such they remain un-bound. The other side mount buttons aren't placed in as easy reach as I'd like. The "fins" on the side are irritating as hell. It took me about 15hrs of playing just to get used to moving the mouse. The software is a bit frustrating because I can't bind stuff the way I'd like so I just use bartender. All in all I wish I bought the mamba instead. (I prefer cordless mice) I'd grade it 5/10.