A few weeks ago, I made a warranty claim on my Logitech G903 when it (inevitably) developed a double-clicking problem.
At the time, the support representative told me that they had no replacement stock, and that it would be a couple of weeks before a replacement could be sent out to me.
When the replacement arrived yesterday morning, to my surprise, it was the new G903 with HERO sensor, as opposed to the original G903. Perhaps the original G903 is no longer in production and Logitech is sending out the new model instead?
Assuming this isn't just a once-off mistake or a temporary lack of stock for the non-HERO model, it's pretty interesting, because you can now pick up an original G903 for <$150, and when (yes, when, not if) it develops the infamous double clicking issue after 12-24 months of usage, you can get it replaced for a free upgrade to the HERO model.
What do you all think about this?