Hori Tekken 5 stick is your best bet, great stick for the price, and modable for the future, or liquidable when you want to save up for a custom. Anything else is out of your price range. So thats your best bet.
Well, I just got my Arcade In a box from Ed for the X360, and I have a VSHG on the way from Japan for my PS3. I have a Pelican adapter, but honestly think its a PITA and annoying to use, when I’ll have the VSHG to just keep plugged in. May ditch the Pelican as well…still debating the issue.
Wow nobody can even sell theirs for about $100. What is the world coming to? How about if the guy has $200? Will anyone sell then? $300 because it has custom artwork? I’m sure someone here has a bunch of sticks laying around.
So your keeping it on eBay until it actually sells? if someone offers a deal on here will you end it early?
Also, again keeping the Pelican plugged in is sorta like just keeping the two other USB sticks in as well. But it’s your choice, can I see more pictures of your stick and when are you gonna sell the pelican?
No sir. I have had a couple of inquiries, and would pull it off ebay should I sell it to an SRK member. I have the stick boxed up atm, but will pull it out tomorrow, and snap some more pics if you would like. Not sure if you saw, I posted a builders log here (http://forums.shoryuken.com/showthread.php?t=152027) of the stick. The wiring is a little different now, due to the PCB shown in the build log, not registering a couple buttons, so I had to put a new one in, which it works flawlessly now.
The main reason for not wanting to use the Pelican for me, is the annoyance of having to get up and press the “PS” button on the adapter any time I want to access something else. A very minor or trivial annoyance, I know. I’m just quirky like that. As for selling it, I still need to think about it…I forgot to think of future projects and testing them out. Currently in the process of attempting a few things in the stick building/modding department, and have access to quite a lot of the solderless hack PCB’s for PS1 DS.