I'm looking for a replacement for my over 25 year old DB-9 Joysticks for Commodore. The thing is, over the years I got used to fighter-jet- inspired controllers. I mean: - reasonably ergonomic handle - trigger-like fire button under index finger Nice to have features: autofire, additional button on the base or under the thumb. In the 80 and 90 there were companies like QuickShot with plenty models to choose from, but now it seems times changed. This is what I found so far: There are new Atari/Commodore compatible joysticks being produced, available even in EvelDragon's shop! The thing is, they are based either on classic Atari CX series (I know, I't pure retro, but honestly far away from being ergonomic) or with arcade ball-on-top controllers (competition pro). These certainly have fans, but I'm not one of them. I mean I can play with them, but they are not comfortable. There's also this Polish Matt company which sells new old stock (and possibly some new batches using old molds). There are two types: 1. Skorpion - this would be exactly what I'm looking for. Unfortunately I did some research and found out that Skorpions are cool looking but not that well engineered and wear of quickly, become wobbly etc. 2. AFF - there's no index-finger trigger, but I've heard they are pretty sturdy so I might eventually go with one. Some time ago I bought fancy USB->DB9 mouse adapter, mostly for playing Lemmings with modern optical mouse. It also works with joysticks (both analog and digital). I tried with a cheap unbranded USB joystick. It's working OK, however with being analogue there's no clear evidence when the stick triggers movement: no click, no physical resistance. It's hard to make precise movements like in platformers. I was also looking for analogue USB joysticks, but ended up with the same problem as before - the only one I found were designed like to imitate arcade sticks.