> > The P880 and P990 look fine, they have 6 buttons on the right (thinking about
> > CPS games), two analog sticks and 2 or 4 shoulder triggers (psx emus).
> I have two P2500s, which are pretty much the same as the P880s but with rumble.
> 880s, 2500s, and 3000s only have two shoulder buttons, so they don't function
> very well as PS1 controllers, but they do translate pretty well to N64
> (surprisingly), Saturn, SNES, Genesis, TG16, MAME, etc.
> The dpad on them is comfortable as hell and quite precise while the analog
> sticks move smoothly and hold center without a problem.
> Something you should be aware of about the face buttons is that the rightmost
> buttons (#5 and #6, or Z and C on a Saturn pad) are smaller than the other four
> face buttons (as opposed to how the saturn's top 3 buttons were smaller than the
> bottom three). Also, there's no equivalent to start and select, though that
> shouldn't pose much of a problem (unless you're trying to do PS1 emulation,
> which I'd recommend just picking up a cheap PS1->USB adapter for).
> On that note, if you can find a cheap PS1 adapter that doesn't induce any
> noticeable latency, you can also dig around for some cheap Asciiware PS1 sticks.
> They shouldn't cost you more than $15 or so anymore (though if you look on ebay
> right now there's one for $8 + $13 shipping...but ebay sellers are good at
> charging you more than you'd pay in the wild) and they're still pretty dang good
> (especially for the price).