The brief time I had a 360, the controller felt so comfortable in my hands. The xb1 controller is literally a pain sometimes. Pressing the L1 shoulder button (bumper or trigger, Idr what they call it) kinda hurts a bit, if that makes sense. I never had that problem with a controller other than the xb1 controller --- PSN- TJ_UNLIMITED Gamertag- TJ UNLIMIT3D
I love it. Feels nice and light, great button lay out (I love the new bumbers being middle of the finger pushing), and the d-pad is finally fixed. So A+ for MS on the controller for me. --- For I am the Kwisatz Haderach!
I don't have the one yet but held the controller and didn't like the loose sticks. The ps4 and 360 are perfect and I have a converter that will let me use those.
I have 2 XB1 controllers and neither of them have loose sticks, was it a demo unit you tried?
Biggest gripe I had was with the bumpers, had a lot of mis-presses when I first started using it cuz you have to press them on the outside portion of the button but now that I'm adjusted to it I like the controller more than the 360s. Battery life also seems better.
I quite like the controller. It fits my hands very well. All of the frequently used buttons are placed logically and comfortably. The sticks offer a level of precision above that of it's predecessor, and the rumble features provide very cool feedback when utilized well.
I'm not calling the 360 controller a slouch, it was great, but the XBO pad is a significant improvement. --- Case | Mother Board | CPU (OC'd!) | Video Card x 2 | RAM | PSU | SSD | HDD | Some Fans | Monitor | Mouse | Keyboard