This issue is tied to the Mo3Fltr.sys - the file is unable to update. The program that utilizes the mouse updates properly but does not update the Mo3Fltr.sys file located under Windows-System32-Drivers. I have contacted SteelSeries in an attempt to see if there is a way to manually update this file to the proper date. Their site claims it was updated on 8/23/11 but again, file isn't reflecting this.
To bypass I simply uninstalled the mouse and all its drivers. Instead of installing the steel series set of drivers, I allowed windows to do it. The mouse still functions on all buttons in World of Warcraft - however, I don't have the ability to customize profiles or the colors of the mouse's lights.
I appreciate the help and patience you have given me during this. Of all things to cause my computer to BSOD, the last thing I expected was my mouse. I will keep monitoring it in hopes that I am correct, the BSOD is a little...random. I haven't had one in over a day and that's with a three hour stint on WoW. Which normally caused me to crash the most, makes sense now that I 'know' it was the mouse.