"an absolutely fantastic controller!"4.0 starson by nintendude7cubed
Pros: Doesn't weigh THAT much more than the regular controller, amazing wireless range, fast response, buttons still exactly like the regular controller, batteries last a VERY long time. and more...
Cons: yes a little bulky and sometimes the channel thingy on the bottom gets bumped to the wrong channel, and whats the point of 16 channels on 4 socket cube???
Summary: My wavebird is still alive after 4 years of frustrated gaming... I now use it on my wii and it still works the same. It really doesn't weigh that much more than the regular controller. its basically like taping 2 batteries to the regular one except way bulkier, but very unnoticable when paying attention to your game. I could play with the controller facing the opposite direction behind a wall without any interference (not like id want to). Really good range which by the time you exceed it, you can't even see the screen. Occasionally ill think the controller has finally had its last button pushed (i tend to get pissed easilly at it), but it turns out i just bumped the channel button to the wrong channel. The response of the controller is no different than wired controllers. The buttons haven't changed a bit so if you want to convert to wireless from an original, then you'll be used to it right away except for the fact that there's no rumble which nintendo specifies saves battery life, which by the way is extraordinary! I only actually remember running out of batteries once while playing and losing response. Otherwise ill just end up using the batteries elsewhere or thinking they're low and replacing them.