Summary: I think I agree with most reviews here on Amazon about what you should expect with this joystick. I don't know if anyone plans on buying this joystick, as it's pretty old by now. I got mine in roughly 2007 I think, and I've casually used it for just about any game that requires any amount of flying in it. The thing I liked the most is that it is ambidextrous, as it ended up in my left hand so I could wield the mouse with my more dominant hand and fly at the same time.
Summary: This is a good joystick for playing flightsim. Pitch and roll are as expected. Yaw is painful. So can't control helicopters or play quake. It can be a little tight in the beginning but smooths out after a few days of use.
Summary: A very nice joystick. The tripod legs give it exceptional stability. I can't remember it ever tipping over when I spin ridiculously in my Jane's USAF (A very good game, by the way). The only serious problem I have with it is the throttle. It was a great idea, but it's one of those things that looks good on paper but doesn't work in real life. It isn't very precise in adjusting. A quick tap will send you up or down roughly 30%.
Summary: Me lo regalo mi hermano porque veía que me estaba desquiciando con el teclado para jugar a los simuladores de vuelo como el Flight Simulator. Es un joystick de tres pies desplegables (se pueden recoger para guardar), con gran amarre a las mesas gracias a la silicona que tiene. Dispone de indicador luminoso para la velocidad. Tiene una palanca en la parte frontal, que variando el juego, varía su empleo.