Hi all, Just got a new Logitech MX-518 to replace my aging Razer Krait, have been after a larger mouse for a while and didn't want to spend big $$'s to get something decent, so the MX-518 was the best bet. For $39 (MSY, PCCG etc do it at this price) you can't go wrong. Here's my thoughts and first impressions. Packaging: Well packaged, both aesthetically and structurally. The mouse was encased in a plastic shell and the box has specs and sales spiel on it detailing how good the mouse is. The mouse: This mouse is much larger and differently shaped to my old Krait, although it feels a bit weird to use after using the Krait for a couple of years. It is very comfortable and the large feet help keep movement smooth and controlled. It has heaps of buttons on it, all of which are comfortably placed and easy to use. The software: The Logitech setpoint software installed without a hitch, though I did notice it seemed to stall a bit when installing and took a while to finish, about 5 minutes all up which is a while for mouse software. There are all the basic options, such as sensitivity, button configuration etc etc. All very easy to configure and customise to my tastes/needs. It even has a "gamer" mode and sensitivity setting, however I haven't really played around with that too much, I am going to just get used to it and then tweak it to my exact needs. Conclusion: Overall I am very happy with this mouse, it looks pretty good (the dented style looks better in RL than in the pics, and they are only a design, not actually dented), it is smooth, comfortable, fast, reasonably accurate and has lots of customisable buttons and settings. For people (read: blokes) with largish hands like I do, this mouse is just the right size too. The only thing I don't like too much about it so far is that the optical sensor feels a little inaccurate, and I am having issues pin-pointing things at times, however this may just be me getting used to the new feel, as the Krait was much small and had a laser sensor. For the price (around $40 at most places), you really cant get any better than this, sure more expensive mice may be better, have more features etc.. but for the gamer, or even normal user, on a budget and still wants a decent mouse, this is the best bet. My rating: 8/10 and I highly recommend. Hope this helps anyone out there considering a MX-518 or looking for a decent mouse on a budget!