I've tested my Orochi V2 in several several conditions, on both the wireless usb and bluetooth. With the same windows configured settings for the mouse, I've noticed that - On wireless: - Computer sleeping, mouse not sleeping, click/move - immediate wake - Computer sleeping, mouse sleeping, click/move - almost immediate wake (like a .2 sec delay) - Computer not sleeping, mouse not sleeping, click/move - immediate response - Computer not sleeping, mouse sleeping, click/move - immediate response I have no problems with the Orochi on wireless, but the bluetooth results worry me. On bluetooth: - Computer not sleeping, mouse sleeping, click/move - mouse slowly amplifies and fades a blue light until connected, which takes about ~10 seconds. Light then completely disappears and there is response - Computer sleeping, mouse not sleeping, click/move - No response (mouse is in the amp/fade blue light at the point of computer sleep - Computer sleeping, mouse sleeping, click/move - No response (mouse does amp/fade blue light, but nothing happens. Even if I turn my computer after I move my mouse, still takes ~10 seconds from the initial movement of my mouse for it to connect to my computer) This is a bit annoying, especially when both my computer and the mouse is sleeping at the same time. It essentially guarantees a >10 second wait before I can really use my computer when the orochi is connected to bluetooth. I've tried troubleshooting this with other threads. In the Device Manager, I checked "Allow this device to wake the computer" for the Orochi under "Keyboards" and "Mice and other pointing devices," but it didn't change the bluetooth results. * If it matters, I'm running on a B550 motherboard with an AX200 wifi card on Windows 10. I've also updated to the latest mouse firmware with the updater. My question is: Is this kind of bluetooth behavior (10 sec delay, unable to wake computer) expected? If not, what next troubleshooting steps should I take?