I absolutely love the multi-touch surface of the Apple Magic Mouse 2. It's easy, it's intuitive, and it's natural. Unfortunately, the mouse is wildly non-ergonomic. Almost just as importantly, the battery seems to die, without fail, an hour into my work-day. In order to get any work done, I need a backup $79 Apple Magic Mouse 2.
In fits of rage, every couple of weeks when the battery died, I would try to live with just using the keyboard. Unfortunately, too many websites that I need to use daily are completely inaccessible. Tabbing around the page just doesn't work.
So I needed a better solution. Sadly, though, no one else seems to make a reputable multi-touch surface mouse that doesn't have a proprietary port on its under-side that renders it useless while charging.