It's time to buy a new mouse! (Suggestions)
Alright, here's some basic info:
1) I currently have an old Logi G5 with a blue cracked pattern that I love but it's getting very old and I'm starting to get occasional click response issues.
2) I have large but skinny hands(can palm a basketball pretty easily or if you are more musically inclined I can reach ~1.5 octaves comfortably on a piano) thus I think a smaller mouse would cause some cramping. Also, I use a "palm grip" and am concerned where the thumb buttons may line up.
3) I don't "need" the 12 side buttons on a naga, I currently get by just fine with the two side buttons and modifiers as well as a "ESDF" movement set up.
4) I'm thinking I'm going to want more than 2 mouse buttons because GW2 doesn't allow you to do modifiers with keybindings (or hasn't implemented them yet).
Those are the basics. I'm basically interested in what people have to say about any of the mice out there but specifically anyone with fairly large hands who uses any of them for long periods of time.
Here are the mice I'm initially looking at along with my primary concerns with them.
Razer Naga Hex: My worry here is about how easily the reviews say the mechanical thumb keys activate as well as it's ergonomics for a fairly large hand.
Razer Naga (standard): I'm worried about it's size as well as the location of the buttons under my thumb in it's normal resting position.
Corsair M90: Still slightly smaller than my G5 I think but my main concern here is with the software required to use it and the ease of getting it to work and that you can't bind the buttons to actual keys on the keyboard or have a way to program "press and hold" like you would want for a PTT keybinding.
Edit: I'd like to add the Cyborg MMO 7 to this list of possibilities as well I think. I really like it's adjustability as well as the one "ring finger" button that is perfect for PTT.
Any strong thoughts or opinions based on experience? Also, does anyone know a good US store that might have all of these on display to see how they fit? I've had a pretty rough time finding places I can actually try mice out of the box.