I was thinking of using a Street Fighter Anniversary stick for everything from the 2600 to the One and Switch. It has a PS2 mode, and there are many adapters from PS2 to other standards. But here's the interesting twist: I was going to buy a Mayflash 2047, aka a Playstation programmer, for one main purpose, to invert the joystick 180 degrees and swap east and west, north and south, and punches and kicks. This is so I have a right handed joystick. The arrangement on the street fighter stick is right-hand friendly. I would buy a more custom model, but I'll wait until I get more money to buy one. I want a right handed set-up with no rapid fire, combos, macros or any other cheats.
Would a Mayflash 2047 do I what I want with it? Would a Mayflash 2047 be considered tournament-illegal just because it's able to have macros and combos and rapid fire on it? Would Mayflash make a tournament legal version with only button/joystick remappings, or one with an indicator light to show when it's tournament legal.
How much ping does that Playstation reprogrammer add?
Also would the PS2-> other system adapters work, like the ones from tototek for classics, or brook to the Xbox One? What would one do for Intellivision, Colecovision, (both classic and super action, as a few games only work with one and a couple only the other only.) 5200, 7800, Astrocade, and Jaguar? Also, is there a 3DO version with the daisy chain connector? Is there any significant ping of more than 1 ms?