I’ve had mine for a bit so let me just add to this thread in case anyone reads it and is undecided.
For reference, I’ve only played on a Xbone TE2 and a Qanba Q1.
-Buttons are straight doo-doo. I mean, they work well enough and if I didn’t want to mod the color scheme I’d keep them but RB/R1 started getting stuck after the first two hours or so. It doesn’t mess up my inputs but it is very noticable(maybe I got unlucky?).
-The ball top still has the, sorry if this doesn’t make sense, extra ring around it from where they cut it out of the mold(maybe it was just mine?). It doesn’t bother me or mess me up. It’s just a noticably cheap ball top. The stick itself feels good and is comparable to the Qanba
-The stick is not easily swappable(this was brought up earlier in the thread).
-Macro setting does make it banned in tournaments like Dark said earlier in this thread.
-If you sleep in shorts, like I do, and feel like playing immediately after waking up, the metal plate on the bottom is cold as fuck on your thighs.
-Very weighty. This is a personal preference but I think the heavy-ness of the stick is a plus.
-The built-in USB cable is pretty damn long.
-Did not have any compatibility problems with Mac(Fightcade), PC or PS3(and PS4, thanks to Gummo, for those that are interested in the padhack)
I am loving it. I knew I was getting a cheap stick and that’s what I got so I was not disappointed. I still have a way to go before I’m done with it. I still want to change the buttons, get rid of the macro and turbo buttons, cleaning up the plexi and getting some art under it or maybe buying an all new piece of plexi and going with 6 buttons. I’m wondering if I’d be able to commission an exact replica from some company?
Can someone give me info or link me to a thread regarding custom plexiglass? Does anyone know what size the “Start” button is? I think it’s something like 24mm but I’m not sure.