The Razer Onza is a very nice controller to look at, it lights up, the design is very good in most places, and it has two extra programmable buttons, which come in very handy. However, it has some major flaws. Firstly, the start and select buttons are situated at the bottom of the controller, rather than in the middle like official xbox controllers. Also, this controller is wired, meaning no need to charge it, and very little lag response time. However, the cable is pretty thick, and taking away the comfort of wireless can be a little aggravating. The analog sticks have major faults to. Sometimes they can get stuck, or become very unresponsive, leading to you needing to play around with it a lot to get it to work properly. Finally, the D-pad is a little cheap and tacky. It has a strange design, and you can clearly see that little effort or money was put into this part of the controller. Overall, sleek design, and very nice feel and response when it is working, however to many flaws to make it worthwhile, especially at this price.