"Decent, not supreme."3.0 starson by SarahKayV
Pros: -similar to Magic Mouse, so Mac users can get the feel for it quickly
-touch gestures interact well with Windows
Cons: -uncomfortable design
-tracking was sometimes glitchy
-right-clicking took a while to get used to, sometimes didn't work properly
Summary: I've used the Magic Mouse since the day it was available, and have long loved the mouse/trackpad combination that it brings. The Microsoft Touch Mouse was similar, and worked okay when it was used, but I don't think it integrated quite as well with Windows as the MM does with OS X. The gestures are useful, but a lot of the time I'd accidentally move my fingers and it would switch programs or close one without my meaning for it to. I didn't like using it in games and leisure programs, where a physical right button is useful, but productivity applications worked well with it and I was satisfied using it in a browser (though the scrolling can be a bit slow and jumpy at times). The cursor skipped around quite a bit while I was using it, so I switched back to a regular mouse while I was in HTML and programming files and it's not quite accurate enough to do a good job in Photoshop. It's a great mouse for casual users and possibly those in business, but I don't think it would be of much use to technical professionals, designers or programmers.