"it allows you to lift the mouse off the edge of the surface and place it back on the centre without the cursor moving" Why are they trying to cater to the low sense market? At 5,600DPI this mouse is going to be twitchy as hell, even at the slowest possible settings. And if you're playing low-sense, why are you using a small mouse-pad in the first place. I can understand space constraints, but when you know you need room, you'd adapt. In short, did Razer's designers only have coasters as mouse mats when they came up with this bit of marketing?