the azio aventa if by far one of the best i've purchased to date. having primarily been using the razer mamba TE/corsair scimitar prior, the weight and ergonomics of the aventa are perfect. using the Mamba for mainly fps gaming and day to day use as i liked the fit in the hand better and it was easier to use in fps games with only two side buttons that are big and in a good spot. the scimitar on the other hand for digital media editing for hot keys and for RTS's also for hotkeys. i have a more palm styled grip so i didn't particularly like the scimitars ergonomics. with those as my two main mice for a while and parts of them starting to fail i decided it was time to buy a new mouse. having scoured countless reviews i just had not quite found what i was looking for. i knew i wanted a nice weight to the mouse with solid aesthetics and a premium feel. recently i had been getting into the diy keyboard seen when i stumbled across kono store and the keyboard they were getting ready to sell called the kira. i loved the aesthetic it had and so i bought one to replace my ageing corsair strafe. it was then when i found the kono.store, i discovered the Aventa. it has the one of the best ergonomic profiles inspired by the Logitech g502. additionally it features the famed pixart pmw3360 sensor in it. making it just feel really nice to use with the metal exo skeleton to give it a great weight and premium feel. i must also note that it definitely helps draw heat away from the palm of your hand reducing sweaty palm syndrome if that's a concern. the buttons are nice and clickey. additionally moving from the razer/corsair mouse I frequently had issues with the software, moving to this mouse i found it highly advantageous moving to a softwareless mouse. if they were to implement software i would like to see it handled like the kira has. kira, all the customization's are pushed through to the firmware and not maintained through the software. it also looks stunning next to the kira.