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This review is from: Orange Replacement Xbox 360 Controller Shell + Buttons
Pros: The shell and buttons all fit well enough. Also, it's super cheap. The orange looks pretty awesome.
Cons: The fit isn't exactly right. It's got a few tiny gaps that you'll probably forget about after a day. (Nothing that anyone but you, the person who puts this thing together, would even notice)
The sync button doesn't stay in very well which makes reassembly take a bit longer. It stays fine after you get it together.
Most original controller parts won't fit with this shell because of tiny differences in sizing and whatnot, though you can definitely use whatever triggers, ABXY buttons, Home button, analog sticks, and D-pad you want. The bumpers from an original controller don't fit, unfortunately, and neither does the trim piece on the bottom or the start/back buttons. I had hoped to mix and match more parts but that didn't work out. The analog sticks that come with this don't grip extremely well. You might consider getting some more expensive ones or simply using the ones from your original controller.
Other Thoughts: The plastic ring that the home button sits in doesn't have the black part to keep it from shining into the other sections so the green light bleeds into more than 1/4 of the ring. I personally think this looks cool but it's a subjective thing. Also, the ring from a normal controller won't fit in the hole so if you're using this controller shell, you have to use its ring. It also uses its own screws, which have a pretty small Phillip's head.
I would recommend this for anyone who wants a decent controller shell and doesn't want to spend a ton of money.
This review is from: Blue Torx T8 Star Screwdriver for Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller
Pros: It's a T8 security screwdriver that fits Xbox 360 controller screws.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: For the price, this is a really fast laptop. It can do some basic gaming and the DVD burner is pretty good.
Cons: I don't like where the trackpad is placed. It's on the left side of the laptop and I'm right-handed. The multi-point scrolling stops working randomly as well. To fix it, I simply open the mouse settings and change the scroll speed and that seems to do the trick.
Other Thoughts: I got mine as an Open-Item. If you can do that, I'd recommend it. It saves quite a bit of money.READ FULL REVIEW