You can have a look at HIDPOINT which from the looks of it are working on Logitech hardware.
"HIDPoint can be considered as a Linux version of Logitech’s or Microsoft’s Keyboard and Mouse configuration software."
Allows users to fully utilize the functionality provided by their hardware.
Allows full use of Multimedia buttons, “Office” keys, and programmable keys.
Users have the same experience as in Windows.
Single binary distribution for all supported Operating systems.
GUI installer and uninstaller.
No run time dependencies to install.
From THIS blog which dates back 2 years ago I found the following list of supported hardware:
Since this was 2 years ago their might be more devices supported. The last update they did to the HIDPOINT software was in February 15, 2012 Version 220.127.116.11. So this means they are still working on implementing more Logitech & Microsoft devices into Linux. I don't have this mouse yet, but I already made my mind about buying this one and the anywhere mx mouse.
The only drawback is that they have support up to Ubuntu 10.10 as you can see HERE
All the devices they might support with the latest version are HERE
The problem I see here is that the Unifying Receiver is supported from Kernel 3.2+ for what I could tell from KernelNewbies
UPDATE: In 13.04 it works perfect. You can also see http://pwr.github.io/Solaar/devices.html which is the devices Solaar supports as mentioned in Is Logitech's Unifying receiver supported?