Pros The red charging and green charged indicators make nifty night-lights. Overcharging your controllers is not a worry, as the lights on the controller(s) quit flashing when the red/green saddle lights turn green. It appears it is a "smart" charger.
Cons Cheaply made, base is too lightweight. It takes two hands to properly align the controller(s) charge port, but once done, it is very easy. 30 bucks for the unit is a bit high in my opinion. Switching supply AC adapter is very small and cheap.
Summary Vertical stacking of controllers saves space, and looks awesome. The clear plastic charging saddles conduct the red and green LED lights quite nicely, makes a nifty living room night light, if you leave your controllers plugged-in (you may have any color night light you want, as long as its green).
I looked all over for PS3 controller chargers, and this one looked the business. Works as advertised, looks good on an end table by the couch too.
Biggest drawback is its cheap, lightweight feel, requiring both hands to plug or unplug your controllers.
Pros Charges controllers out of the way. Looks cool doing it. Comparable cost to other controllers.
Cons Every description of this shows that it has TWO USB ports for charging additional items. I figured that would be great for my Move controllers. Got this one home, and discovered that there is only ONE port.
Summary I'm not concerned with the weight of the base, or any of that. As long as it charges the controllers like it's supposed to, I'm fine with it. HOWEVER I purchased this in hopes of using the two USB ports to plug in my Navigation Controllers. I ordered this through Walmart.com, and when I received it, discovered that there is only ONE usb port. It comes with an adapter to charge your bluetooth headset, which doesn't matter to me, as I don't have one.
I'm guessing perhaps PDP re-designed the product, and forgot to mention it to anyone. But I'm really annoyed by this. I'm not going to return it as it does charge everything as advertised. But I'm definitely not thrilled by the surprise lack of a USB port that it is supposed to have.
Pros Always charged controllers, no wires to deal with, now controllers are out of the way and look kinda cool
Cons when you remove a controller and put it back on the charger after gamming some times need to unplug the unit from the wall to get it to recharge the controller if you leave one charging
Summary keeps them in place makes them look neater, always charged, the extra USB's come in handy