This is my desktop, notice anything strange??? No? OK, look again closely and count the number of mouse connected... I always had a major headache when it came to using a regular right handed mouse, or a left handed one... In the past, I often mirrored my mouse cursor , and then switched the mouse buttons from the Windows control panel, (thus turning it into a left handed mouse). But when someone else (who was usually right handed) had to use my PC, I had to undo all of this... Anyway, yesterday (as I was going to buy a replacement mouse) I got the idea of why not connect 2 mice at the some time - Keep one left handed, while the other one will be right handed. Sounds simple, but could it be done? So I searched with Google, and found this wonderful (as well as completely free) utility called EitherMouse. http://www.eithermouse.com/ Anyway, instead of buying 1 mouse, I bought 2 identical ones (USB of course), with 2 new mouse pads also. So the end result is what you see below! I am not exactly what people will call left handed, but at the same time I also don't fully conform with the conventional as well as traditional right handed school of thought - Because I am actually ambidextrous! So now I think I've finally gotten my wish!!! Seriously, try it, and you'll see your own productivity go up exponentially - I swear you'll now start to feel even more deeply connected/integrated with your computer! I mean, nature gave me 2 hands to work with, so why show unjust favoritism to either of the 2? Why not use both to work with the PC?