Reviews and Problems with CH Products Flightstick Pro
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Excellent Flight Stick
Nicholas K. Jones "Nikolai Carpathia Zabukovic", Amazon
27 September 2013
Summary: I recommend it to anyone who plans to use a flightstick but doesn't need a ton of buttons. The only true complaint I have about it is that the base is pretty light. You'll need to fix it to whatever surface you have it on or the scooting will drive you nuts!
Summary: This flight stick I use to control lots of different aircraft in X-plane. The only thing that would make me order a different one is that there is no rudder/steering control so I have to use keys 5, 6, and 7 to steer the aircraft on the ground. I do not use rudder in the air. So because of that shortcoming, it is just OK. But it is an affordable way to fly and ground steering useing the keys takes a little getting used to, but works!
Summary: Good, simple joystick if you just want to fly and don't plan on going in to combat. Throttle wheel is too sensitive, don't know if that is the software or hardware. Use for MS FS 2004, flying the Robinson heli.
Summary: This joystick works amazingly well on OSX, 10.6.8 through 10.8.1 Only small issue is that I noticed the computer wont go to sleep on its own with it plugged in, but that's not much of an issue at all to me. There is no rotation in the stick, only x,y movement, so that is something to consider. The tuning to non movement works very well, and the stick is by default compatible with the Google Earth Flight Simulator.