If you take a look back at 2016 and the trends in the consumer computing world, you will notice one big thing being custom colors and RGB. Previously, we would have seen three categories of products when it came to color schemes. One was an all-black look. There might have been some streaks of different accent colors, but predominantly the product would be black. Second would be a very bright color, whether red, blue, or green plastered all over the place. Finally, there would be a white version, which is pretty much the same as the first option, except in white. However, people never seemed to be satisfied, whether they called the monochrome products as lacking in creativity, or they did not like the bold color choices. Fast forward to today, and manufacturers are now producing products with rainbow lights, allowing users to pick what they want. Whether this was to quiet the complainers or not, this is now the current trend. At first, it started with LED strips for case lighting. Then, peripherals such as keyboards, mice, and headsets were given the touch of color. This explosion continued into the computer, with motherboards, graphics cards, memory modules, cooling fans, and even storage options being blessed with the RGB effect. If there is anything that could have been given the colorful treatment, it probably has already been produced. One thing that has been overlooked, however, is the humble mousing surface. Today, we look at Corsair's answer to this with their MM800 RGB Polaris in our offices for review. Armed with fifteen zones of RGB lighting, this mousing surface is another colorful product, but I have to wonder if it is any good. How will it perform, and more importantly, will the lights make me better at games? Read on to find out!