Pros: The controller is built great with a grip coating, removable extra triggers, and braided cord. The buttons have a mechanical clicky feel to them and the macro interface is very simple. The case is awesome. I love this controller. Not to mention the 1000000% improvement over the original xbox d-pad.
Cons: Before I bought it, none of the reviews mentioned the clicky buttons, it feels very different from a normal controller and takes a bit of time to get used to. After getting used to them though, they are much better
Pros: Excellent build, doesn't feel as though it's going to break in my hands. I've been a gamer for years and I go through about 3 Microsoft wireless controllers a year from FPS's alone (I do not throw or damaged controllers most damage is joystick wear that causes the walk). This controller has lasted me about 6 months and still feels like new. Also the controller features a live readout of your joysticks axis, which I'm told is to recalibrate center but I haven't had a n...
Cons: The dual removable triggers need tightening around once or twice a month but nothing unreasonable for the amount of play that goes on in that time
Pros: Feels AMAZING! Programmable buttons. Superior build quality. OLED screen. The buttons underneath are PERFECT for running in FPS games and beats pushing in on the left thumb stick hand's down! Comes with a nice carrying case and detachable cord.
Cons: Wired. MS is notoriously restrictive about any other company making wireless devices for the 360. Hence, the wire. But, the wire is high quality and detachable. So, it certainly could be worse!
Cons: The 6 "fully programmable buttons" are not fully programmable. You can only set them to a button which already exists on the control; ie. set trigger M6 to equal A. The M buttons do not have a unique output, so they cannot be mapped by any software like Xpadder. Unfortunately, Razer does not offer any software to program the buttons.