Logitech checking in; I own and am happy with all of the following:
Prices were at time of posting and may have fluctuated by the time you’re reading this
#G930 Wireless 7.1 Headset - $87.99
Actual, durable mic on an arm rather than a shitty in-cup one; it also has noise rejection/cancellation (the opening on the back of it you can see in the pic)
Volume/mute controls and macro buttons on the side (great for an alternate push to talk when you’re not at the keys); the stereo/7.1 toggle is on the back of the left cup as well
#G910 Orion Spark Keyboard - $143.99
Yes, it’s RGB and mechanical (but not clicky). It should be noted that it doesn’t have an actual charging dock, just a spot to mount a device that can link via wifi to your Logitech software and do way more than the older LCD screens they used to include could. The key caps are a major point of contention for the naysayers of this keyboard, but after spending some time in a Best Buy trying it out, I decided they were just fine and people just like to bitch about any- and everything
#G13 Programmable Keypad - $62.17
Since this keypad has come out it’s been the standard, IMO. I switched from an n52 back in 2009 and I’m still using the one I bought then; it’s a beast, works great, and I’ve never been want for any other keypad since purchasing it. Additionally, the LCD screen does a ton of different things (it even has built-in support and features for a number of apps and games, including Guild Wars 2 and Mumble) and I use it daily for various whatnot.
Meh, my hand is huge and I don’t have any issues with it as-is
#G600 MMO Gaming Mouse - $39.99
A slightly-larger mouse than the Razer Naga with a similar but more pronounced button layout and a toggle/extra-click button under your ring finger for less than half the price of the competition. Sure it’s wired, but I prefer to run wired anyhow.