So faster is better? Lower mouse sensitivity is for people who aren't distinguishing?
I can cross my 30" monitor without lifting the mouse (total of about 3" of movement), but it's fine enough for photoshop work. If I need to move the mouse that often, I'll use the command line instead.
I would say the onus is on you to explain why we're all idiots and your preferred mouse sensitivity/acceleration curve should be the default.
Yes actually it is, fast and precise. The default setting are for novices, and there are no possible settings that allow you to get *really good* at using it. Sure it's good enough for most people. Most people don't take high performance driving classes, they are content to treat their cars like appliances- but if they wanted to they *could* be really good at it. The same applies to a keyboard and mouse, however I repeat again, my gripe is that it never allows you to become proficient with it.
Currently I cross 1920 pixels in ~1 inch of mouse movement, that's at the highest DPI setting. I'd ideally like it to be less that 0.5", I see there's a 5000+ DPI logitech out now, I think I'm about to buy it.
The retina display is a retina display for *most people*. I like how my original post got marked as a troll even though I was backing Apple. LOL.