just learned english (proof and prove. ahaaa.....)
so.. no... i dimly remember a time when i was investigating mousepads, that teflon feet (mice) on teflon mousepads aren't healthy/good/effortable coz of some reasons. friction something wise? or abrasion wise? coz, same chemical structers act like magnets in(?)/on(?) some cases?
uhh... i rly can't remember it exactly and i'm not willed to investigate in a false route that is proven false by myself, again.
so it's up to u to get me there again. so i don't know if the the 0.04 is good or bad.
it gets complicated from here on now for me, coz i don't think my english can keep up with scientific terms...
...and i don't think that this part is important, coz i don't use a teflonpad or these fency super low friction mousepads like these plasticpads, glaspads and stuff (as i mentioned: false route proven false). i want friction to a certain degree - i mean i want to stop my mouse when i want to and not slippering around while i try to keep my mouse still whats highly important in many, many situations (u r more skilled - so i guess u got my point already). thats why i use clothpads and i'm highly interested in artisan pads that are providing low friction (plasticpads) and high movement control (clothpads).
...but to get this convo further i first have to read through ur tut's here in the forum and watch ur utube vids what i'm doing already, coz u obviously in knowledge of stuff i'm not.. yet....
but first i need sleep now .. lol .. ^^ ..
uhh .. just to round this up for now.
i quote u "good hardware will not surely improve u, but bad hardware will surely harm ur performance."
and i say: the strive for perfection is the way - obviously we will neva archieve it (perfection) - but it (the strive) keeps us going. : ]