So there is an INSANE issue for these controllers that can be considered a design flaw. There is something known as "intrinsic deadzone" on these controllers is about 15%-20% from what I have seen online. It doesn't matter whether or not it is adjusted in-game, the firmware takes over and makes the deadzone 15%-20% or higher depending on the game deadzone settings. An example of this would be if you set the deadzone to 5%, it would be overridden by the firmware and sets it to 15%-20%. If you set it to 25%, it would be 25%. The easiest solution for this would be to allow a software deadzone control. Another one could be a firmware update. Here are some videos/forums filled with people having this issue. CHECK EDIT 2! https://insider.razer.com/index.php...olute-precision-ultimate-control.66044/page-2 This is honestly a shame because other than that, this controller is definitely the best on the market right now if this wasn't an issue. I will be sticking to my Wolverine Ultimate for now until this gets fixed. Edit: There is another more detailed video on this issue. It is in Japanese but he has a more advanced testing methodology. Edit 2: as of 12/3/2021 THIS ISSUE HAS BEEN FIXED! ALL U NEED TO DO IS GO TO THE RAZER APP AND CONFIGURE THE DEADZONE OPTION AND UPDATE YOUR CONTROLLER TO THE LATEST FIRMWARE!