I'm also getting close to replacing my wireless mouse yet again and I'm going to try to stay clear of Logitech for the next one.
Every single Logitech mouse I had over the years ended up with the dreaded intermittent double-clicking glitch, where clicking once on the left mouse button randomly delivers a double-click.
My current mouse now giving the double-clicking issue is also the Logitech M705, only purchased about 3 years ago. Indeed this is incredibly annoying particularly when selecting multiple pictures/files and the unexpected double-click triggers the lot to open.
At my workplace, my PC has a cheapy wireless mouse (clearly not Microsoft or Lgotiech anyway) that I'm fairly sure is about 10 years old with its clumsy USB dongle long before the branded mice started using 'nano' size dongles. I'm fairly sure I only had to change its AA batteries twice and I don't recall it ever giving me an issue, i.e. no unexpected double-clicking and no stuttering, which every Logitech mouse I had also intermittently does. Quite embarrassing considering what I've spent on premium Logitech mice over the years.