The D-pad on the iShock2 is pretty spotty, IMO.
You know, I should have listened to that.
Okay, so I got the MacAlly iShock 2
, as well as the Logitech Dual Action
for my birthday (different givers). As mentioned, the iShock Dpad is a little spotty, but workable. The real problem in here is the analogs, which are worse than useless. Not only don't they work, but they drift when they're still, so you have to tell MacMAME not to recognize tha analog sticks just so your character doesn't keep running to the right. But then, it was from eBay, and it wasn't in the box, so that could be any number of factors.
The Logitech Dual Action, however, though it is
lighter than what I like in a controller, works really well. Set up quick, and didn't create any problems. Haven't yet given it it's ultimate test (that would be Robotron), but I was immediately twice as good at Last Blade, so that's certainly something.Hey, Strum!
You want reviews for these things?