Originally Posted by Bizill
i'll have to check into those. that's it though, the ps3 feels way too small for my hands. and i just can't dig the analog sticks placed where they are. i suppose that's why i never got into the ps2. i got the ps3 mainly for blu-ray, but an occasional game to compliment this console would be nice, every once in awhile.
I'd also gladly pay good money if somebody created a good quality Bluetooth PS3 control pad that mimiced the layout of the 360 pad.
The Logitech controllers are larger but the button and stick placement is identical to the PS3 controller. Also, if I'm not mistaken, the Logitech is not Bluetooth so it does not have all the functionality of the PS3 pad.
I'm in the same boat as you; I prefer the layout of the 360 pad and the staggered layout of the analog sticks is much more comfortable and accurate for me, especially for driving and first/third person games. Sony's inclusion of analog sticks for the PS1 was really an afterthought; they were added in response to the Nintendo 64's pad layout and it's really strange that after all these years Sony hasn't altered the design or at least offered a pad that swaps the D-pad and left analog stick; that alone would be so much better for me.