Summary: Used this flight stick for 1 hour before the yaw twist broke and sent a constant right yaw signal. I am aware that I may have gotten a lemon, and most will probably last longer. However, the spring on this flight stick is also very heavy and not adjustable.
Summary: This is probably the best stick you can get around the price, really you wont be getting one that will perform this well until you put down another $50 or so, but I have had mine for about 3 months and it is broken.
Summary: Perfect stick for a lefty. I've searched for years, and have bought many sticks. This is the first of which has been comfortable for me, as a southpaw to hold. My Elite Dangerous game has been improved 100x since starting to use an ambidextrous stock over other competitors. Lefties will love it!
Summary: First impressions are okay, the stick seems to be made of good quality plastic, and the LED on the tip is pretty cool. The stick doesn't twist over a wide range so it may be more difficult to achieve fine control, however that really isn't a problem for civilian flight sim games I play.
Summary: Only got to use it a few times so far but it hasn't let me down yet. Lots of buttons, it does have Rudder control, and I like the throttle as well. My only minor complaints is I do not like the pinky button on the stick.
Summary: Very Happy with this joystick. Easy to use and works well with the game I bought it for. Didn't realize at first tthat you can also twist the stick left and right for rotation. All controls are smooth and easy to adapt to.
Summary: Acceptable cheap joystick. Works, has an okay number of buttons. Ergonomics could be a lot better. I find my hand and wrist start to strain after a while, especially due to the placement of the pinky button.