My previous setup was the razer mamba 2012 paired with the razer megasoma mouse mat. I always felt like I never had enough control with that setup. I could move around quickly but not accurately. I just got the new 2013 deathadder in the mail along with a goliathus speed edition. The research I did showed that the control edition is too slow for sc2. I still feel like I don't have that accuracy I want. I just feel like the cursor almost slips a bit. At the beginning of a game I like to bind all of the base locations to the F keys. When I click a base on the minimap I feel like I'm having trouble getting over the center perfectly. I feel like it "slips" a bit. Do you all have "enable mouse sensitivity" enabled in game? I have 6/11 with unchecked pointer precision in windows with 1600 dpi / 0 acceleration in razer settings. Should the ingame sensitivity even be checked? I read that people keep it at 51-54% to maintain 1:1. I can't tell if checking it helps or hurts. The razer software has surface calibration. It has a preset option for the goliathus. If I'm not lifting the mouse does that even matter? Any other advice would be great.
Also, what should polling rate be? I got the goliathus for the deathadder because I read that soft pads are better for optical and hard are better for laser. Is that true? Theoretically, which combination should be better for starcraft 2 (assuming that both mice fit comfortably in my hand). The mamba 2012 + megasoma or the deathadder 2013 with goliathus? I wrote the above snippet earlier today and posted it on reddit (to no avail) and since then I've been playing more and getting used to it. I feel like, thus far, the deathadder is more accurate than the mamba. It could just be the new mouse pad, though. I haven't tried the mamba with the goliathus yet. All and all, the deathadder and the mamba are great mice. I just feel like I have trouble getting the mouse to click in the right spot. As aforementioned, it just "slips" sometimes. When trying to pat a probe to all the bases I should be able to set the rally points really quickly. If, however, I do it quickly I'll end up sending the probe to the back of the base where there isn't even map (I shift click the bases on the minimap). I have the razer bungee to eliminate cord drag, if that helps. Again, any advice would be great.