>and is too fast
You do, of course, know that going to Control Panel--Mouse allows you to change many settings?
As long as the mouse is recognized by the system, it works. Nothing else matters, only personal taste.
If memory serves me correctly, there have been two separate issues with versions of the InteliPoint drivers. The first caused the boundary areas of the GUI to flicker in many Adobe programs. Later versions of the driver fixed those issues. Not that long ago, another issue popped up. In PS, it seems that the cursor would take off and do its own thing for a bit. Do not know if that one has been fixed, but would assume that it has. Not sure if that genre of InteliPoint also caused issues in other Adobe programs.
Now, I use a MS Optical Wheel-mouse (USB) on the laptop and like it fine. I have a Logitec wireless on the workstation, and love it even better. That Logitec also came with a wireless keyboard, but I hated that, and just replaced it with an older (much better tactile functions) USB keyboard. I also took out all of the Logitec SetPoint software*, and still have all of the functionality, that I need with the mouse. I love the heft/feel of that mouse. For PS, I also use my Wacom Intuos II 12x12 tablet (without the Intuos mouse), but for PrPro, the stylus/tablet is not the right tool for me.
Not really recs. on the latest options, but just comments on what works perfectly for me.
* going back, a SetPoint update actually killed a new workstation - all the way down to a low-level format for the system drive. I will not let that program/driver anywhere near my computers. The danged thing even killed Norton Ghost and System Restore points! To me, SetPoint is the spawn of the devil.