Parade this with a Logitech G703.
Powerplay comes with two mousepads, one in textile and another that is more plastic-like, both with a plastic bottom that attaches well to the rubber that sits on top of the Powerplay carpet, so they do not slip around. (It should be possible to charge with any mousepads that are approximately as thin as those mousepads that come with).
Powerplay can sync its lighting effects with other accessories from Logitech's Gaming Series through their software.
The mouse is charging well, with a polling rate of 1000 and a lot of gaming, the battery was charged at least. The charging area covers the entire mousepad, except the most outermost edges.
No latency between the mouse -> mouse pad -> computer, lies on 1ms as with other (even threaded) mice.
Well worth the price, now you do not have to worry about loading the mouse, putting the mouse in the mouse, holding the mouse on the dock, and so on, as long as the mouse is on the mouse pad, it will be loaded even in use.