scaffs post is perfectly fine, but it doesn't invalidate the fact the trying to find that sweet spot, and trial and error was such a ridiculous chore with how they have the configuration menus locked to the main menu instead of the pause screen. The time it took not only intimidated those to go any further, but for me it also wasn't worth the effort, considering all the other things on top of it that where just bonked. the problem with that is that the controls where so scrrewed for pads that it was something you can't just research as you'll get various answers, as your disagreement shows. The pad was HORRIBLY optimized. Usually the set up to Best utilize your equipment is just by turning it on, it should work first, not after. Utilization for the most used peripheral ever should be first and foremost, not left to the user to shamble through things for hours. someone else's term of acceptable is not a broad view and you should not expect to be shared by anyone else but yourself, really. It's a perfectly acceptable reason that you're trying to shut down.