I'm really interested in Ubuntu, but I've always run into a constant blockade that prevents me from moving forward; lack of driver support for the devices I use. Below is my current mouse and headset, and the keyboard and new mouse I plan on eventually getting.
Currently, I have a Logitech G35 headset and a Logitech M510 mouse. I also plan on getting a Corsair K95 keyboard, and a SteelSeries Sensei mouse.
My main problem at the moment is that Logitech doesn't support Linux. The mouse works fine without SetPoint, it's configuration software, but offers advanced features. A replacement program for it or a way to get SetPoint working on Linux would be appreciated, but not required. As for the G35 headset, it makes use of the Logitech Gaming Software, which provides surround sound and extra features. I honestly don't need the extra feature, but it's appreciated. However, once I buy the keyboard and new mouse, replacement programs or versions that work on Linux are necessary due to the features.
So, to sum it up, my main problem is lack of driver support for my current devices, and in want to know if there's software I can use to fix my predicament that I might have missed when I looked. Alternatively, how many of these can I successfully run on WINE and get the expected function?
I already asked this question on Reddit, and got one answer and a prompt to ask here, so I'm asking just in case they missed anything.