I still have my Logitech Z5300 5.1 system. But I stopped using it, cause the SUB is just too loud, and the silly control that is supposed to raze and lower the SUB volume, barely makes any change either direction.
When someone is trying to sleep in the house, you don't want the SUB going. Plus, I also hated whenever the power went out, it reset everything on my surround sound system, because it had to FLASH memory onboard to remember settings.
I switched to using a single W-King speaker, which you can see in my command center picture, its truly amazing how far these new bluetooth speakers have come, that also have wired connectivity. You'd think that a single speaker would sound like garbage correct?
Well, its not a normal speaker though. Its got 4 active drivers, 2 tweeters, 2 woofer drivers, and its also got 2 passive radiaters on the sides. Don't ask me how it does it, but one speaker sounds like two.
And in some things, this speaker makes it sound like I got two speakers on the sides of the room, even though none are there, I figure the passive end to end radiators might be doing that.
Back to Logitech, I had a Logitech MX1000 Laser wireless mouse that last 7-years on the lithium battery till it gave up holding a charge longer then an hour.
I also ran a Logitech G700 wireless mouse for awhile, but that didn't even last longer then maybe 3-years before it started have wireless reception issues. I did run a previous Logitech wired mouse in the past, but I don't think it was a gaming mouse.
And the only Logitech keyboard I've ever used was one of those 2000's ara media keyboard, it wasn't mechanical. But without a doubt, the best Logitech mice I have ever used, are the ones I own now.
Logitech G502 Hero (WIRED), and Logitech MX Master 3 (Wireless)