Summary: I'm a flight sim fanatic. I have FSX and Prepar3d loaded up and use them every day I have the X-Plane demo and am thinking of getting the full version, I also have a problem. I cannot use my legs for rudder control and that means no pedals. The USB T-Flight Stick takes care of that with a twist handle. It also has twelve buttons and several programmable ones. It is responsive and easy to program the base is heavy so it doesn't walk all over the desk.
Summary: The stick worked great out of the box I simply plugged it in. There was no programming need and it has made the MicroSoft Flight simulator 2002 great to fly. I had a power stick years ago but this works much better. The order process was easy and very straight forward. I even got the stick earlier then expected.
Summary: I love this thing. It was my first, and had done my research. The Stick X looked to be the best because of quality vs. price. It certainly does not disappoint, the stick is fluid, and the whole thing feels very solid. The only complaint I really have about it is that the buttons could be of a little better quality. Some of the buttons on the base, in particular, feel a little cheap and overly firm when pressed. Not bad for the price or anything, but they are a weakness.
Summary: Very pleased. Feels very solid in its construction. Heavy enough to stay in place and solid spring. The stick itself has a ton of buttons too and very smooth thrust controls. Overall very very pleased. Also was not expecting the stick to be able to rotate left and right which makes for great yaw control for helicopter games.