Wow, this thread has really been dragged out of the vaults.. this is December 2005.
I have a Logitech MX Revolution, incidentally, which I'm happy with, but it's a pain to keep recharging - the MS Intellimice seem to last for months and months on a pair of AAs, so I'm not sure why a LiIon battery in a Logitech mouse lasts a couple of weeks at best. I've used both Bluetooth and RF mouse and never noticed any lag, but I'm not exactly a pro gamer anyway.
Does anyone else like the IntelliMice and their 5+ month battery life? I know I'm a fan of not having to replace my mouse batteries every 2 weeks or not remembering to charge it at the end of two days. Oh and way to go 3 year old thread.
I like the freedom of a wireless mouse cause i can put my pc just about anywhere in my room. Don't like my pc near me because of the noise, ha ha ha.
I like wired too but you are tethered to the pc so close but I think a wired mouse is more accurate.
As for 5 months on a battery, is that a rechargeable battery?
As long as it's not one of the wireless bluetooth models you should be good. I use normal alkaline batteries and they surely last longer than a week or month. With heavy usage, I think I've had to replace my batteries after 2 or 3 months. But normally I cannot remember the last time I changed my batteries. Whenever windows starts complaining about low battery I'm like "when was the last time I changed you guys?" My brother has his Wireless Intellimouse on standby for when he forgets to recharge his MX Revolution.