As a person who is fresh to the Sony Play Station world, I love it. I haven't had a Sony PlayStation since the first ever one that was out. During the move between houses, and my mom's vendetta against video games, it got thrown out. Nonetheless, I still had all my Nintendo consoles. So I'm old enough to have my own PS4 and video games. So anyways, I first had my experience with the controller when playing demo games at stores. It's very comfortable, but I wasn't really used to all the buttons that much. And I think I chose a hard game to try to get used to it on. Nonetheless, it's amazing. For the most part I've gotten much of it down in a short time span considering I'm a full time student with a part time job doing an accelerated degree with a minor. The motion controls kind of bug me though, but without them I feel weird too. I enjoy the realistic features to the controller, whereas if an island falls you feel it shake. It makes it interesting and full of suspense, but also it frustrates me because I know I'm not that good at time based tasks. Doesn't mean I give up at them. What really intrigues me is the power button to the PS4 is on the controller. That's really impressive, and the cable can dupe as an android charger. Very impressive. For someone who is still fresh to this, I'm very impressed. I haven't used the touch pad though, I have small hands, I don't know what I'm supposed to use it for to be honest.