Most people interested in a high DPI gaming mouse like this are FPS gamers, and these people will use the default settings of the mouse, and for that it works great. The mouse is smooth and fluid, and the sensor tracks on just about anything, except for obvious no-no surfaces like glass.
There is no onboard memory, so there is no option of taking your mouse and having your customizations work on a new computer. This also means no stored profiles, and the downloadable software doesn’t support them anyway. This is a straighforward gaming mouse intended for the FPS gamer who uses default settings.
The Mionix NAOS 3200 is a straightforward gaming mouse with a great feel and all of the default buttons a FPS gamer expects. The LED lighting makes this mouse look as good as any product from Razer or Microsoft, and actually has a purpose beyond aethetics.
This is a no-nonsense gaming mouse, but is $10 more expensive than other mice that have a few more features, like the Cooler Master Storm or Logitech G500. For around $60 you get a great gaming mouse that’s also useful for productivity and has one of the best ergonomic feels around.