Has anyone noticed this? It doesn't matter what manufacturer, but I've never once owned a gaming mouse where the left button didn't start to double click because the button mechanism is so cheap. However, I can't think of any non-gaming mice I've owned that have had this issue. In fact, a ball mouse I have from a 2003 era Celeron still works fine. I'm wondering if the mouse from my Mom's old 1984 Macintosh still works? It probably does. But you can easily spend >150$ on a "gaming" mouse that's supposed to be durable, that falls apart within a year. Well, OK... the Razor Diamondback from 2004ish has been the single gaming mouse that still operates as intended, even if it is too dirty from years of neglect. This post was inspired by this cheap 8$ Logitech I got at Target, because I'm at my Mom's house and I'm sick of using the trackpad on my laptop. But my 100$ Logitech gaming mouse is barely a year old and has issue. But I can tell that the buttons in this mouse are of higher quality. It makes literally no sense. Well, unless they're just slapping "gaming" on the box and giving us cheap crap because they know we'll buy it over and over again.