Inspirational quotes are a dime a dozen nowadays. For every person who claims to have their lives turned around by some seemingly deep thought written by a person they probably do not even remember, there are probably dozens more who have read the same thing, and their lives were no different than it was before they came across it. The way I see it, what changes a person’s life is not by purely by some eloquent words printed on a piece of paper. Instead, it is a unique chemical reaction that happens between the reader and the word in the right place and the right time. As the old saying goes, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again” — my question to you today is, if one perseveres and never gives up, does it mean the person will be guaranteed successful in the end? From my experience, it is not always about how many times you try; it is whether you are moving in the right direction or not. If at first you don’t succeed, and you try again in the right direction, success will wait for you in the end. If at first you don’t succeed, and you are not going in the right direction, you will never be successful. Of course, one could argue what the definition of success is. Was Windows XP successful? Of course. Should Microsoft have just sat around since 2001 and do absolutely nothing? Well, no. So to append to that proverb I have quoted earlier, I would say, “Even if at first you are successful, try, try, try again until you become even more successful.” Today, we will take a look at the Func MS-3 Revision 2 laser mouse. It was successful at first, but the company did not stop there. With improved mechanical left and right click switches, reinforced cord, and better scroll wheel construction, how well does it step up? Well, I got one on my desk right now. Let us check it out.