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    That button stiffness is the norm for the g9000 series. Many people dislike them for that reason alone.

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    One of the reasons I sold most I had. Except the GW-9010MB.
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    might keep an eye out for that one then thanks
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    the dw's and the GA-100 seem to fit right
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