Joined on 02/20/09
Pros: - Sturdy - Ergonomic, feels good in the hands - Doesn't feel cheap.
Cons: - Expensive
Overall Review: This is a great controller to anyone who, in a cliche: wants to take their gameplay to the next level. It's the elite controller where they took the best parts of the previous controller, and improved on all of the things it did, relatively, poorly. The USB C connector is definitely great, you don't have to deal with a very fragile micro usb connector.
These are great cards, good quality and are very satisfactory. They work with the switch and are much better than spending a 120 bucks on toys that would just take up space. If Nintendo sold it's own Amiibo cards, I'd buy them in a second. Alas, this company does what Ninten-don't.
As if buying brand new, there were no signs of previous usage on the controller. The blacks were black with no sign of oil or scratches, the buttons were fluid and responsive, and the who thing feels nice and solid. The only thing I can think of as a con, is that the back paddles that came with the case were a bit loose and flimsy. My old Elite Controller's micro-usb plug is getting touchy, so I had the paddles already and those are nice and tight in the grooves. It might be Microsoft changing the structure of the paddles or changing the material, but other than that one issue, this is a da*n fine controller.