So I bought a used Razer Sabertooth recently and here's the lay down of what the seller told me: He only used it three times: First time to look at it, second time to play a game with it, and the third time to take the picture to put it up for sale. So I went and met up with the guy and being in a rush, I just roughly checked the controller and then immediately paid and left - much to my regret. The controller's rubber surface is shit. It's sticky and its scratched and all that - can't blame the scratches from a used controller, but I'm talking more on the damned rubber surface of the Sabertooth here. I have already wiped the damned thing down with methylated spirit which made the surface slightly back to normal, I'm assuming as I've never actually held a brand new Sabertooth before. Dust clings to the damn controller like moth to light, and worse of all - its all the little dusts and whatnot from the inside of the Sabertooth's carrying case itself! Yes, I know I bought it used, but still - to have these kind of issues its a bit of a bother to me. Its also very prone to scratches now, or perhaps it always has been? I want to know if anyone is experiencing the same issue of the dusts and stickiness too? Or is the controller supposed to feel slightly sticky and prone to dust sticking all over the damned thing? Why do manufacturers even bother with putting these kinds of rubbery layers on to peripherals anyway? There are other matte finishes that can still maintain grip (ala the Dualshock 4, for example).