The naos 3200 is optical unlike the 5200 and 8200 which were like you said laser mice
Also I'm wondering if the glass coating of the artizan shidenkai would affect optical mice
I have the g9x which has been my go to mouse
The rat7 was ergonomically my favorite but far too slow response time
If you like the G9X shape, but want a flawless sensor I have three recommendations:
1. Genius Maurus (Avago A3090, which the Logitech G400/G400s uses a modified version of, the Avago S3095))
2. Roccat Savu (Avago A3090) [Limitation: No DPI slider. You can only choose between 400, 800, 1600, and 4000). Very comfortable mouse with sandpaper-like thumb grip so it won't slip. One of the left thumb buttons is mapped to Shift+, and when you hold that button it makes all the other buttons on the mouse do something different. You can set all that up in the driver software, which is probably the best I've used.
3. Cooler Master Storm Spawn (Avago A3090) (Make sure to get the most recent firmware update, which fixes problems caused by earlier firmware updates)
There are other mice with the A3090 sensor, and that's not the only perfect sensor.
Some mice that have that sensor still won't be perfect though, it depends on if they have prediction enabled.
Here is a basic list of mice and their sensors, and whether they have prediction or not.
It's by no means complete, but should give you something to go on.
I saw the savu but I usually play at about 2200 dpi +/- 200 depending on the game etc.
The spawn is my top choice at the moment.
Was hoping you'd be able to help me find out of the naos 3200 is flawless or not xD
Is the maurus limited to the 5 preset dpi settings?