This is a good, fully functional wired controller, from the trusted guys at Logitech.
Most modern games will set this up as an XBOX360 controller, which works perfectly, as the buttons are laid out, and colored the same. The sticks are in the more traditional PlayStation design however, not the offset design of XBOX.
There is no rumble/feedback feature, which at first bothered me, but in reality, its absence sort of helps with control.
Another review mentions super sensitive response with the sticks. I haven't really noticed to where it is any different than an XBOX controller, however I would offer this: I've noticed that when it is first connected to Windows (I'm using 8), if you don't rotate the sticks fully around (as in calibrating them?) then once you're in-game, there's practically no dead zone, and the slightest touch sends you all over the place. You don't have to go to an actual calibration screen or anything, however, if you rotate the sticks fully after you plug it in, or restart Windows, everything is just fine.
I wouldn't say that this is the build quality of a true XBOX controller, it is very lightweight, and feels very hollow. I feel as though if you get mad, and launch it at a wall, or floor, it will very likely shatter into several useless pieces. That said, it being half the price of an XBOX controller, and performing the same task, without the rumble, or the wireless input lag; it is a very good value, and worth the purchase.