I'm becoming very concerned with the frightening number of people reporting major problems with the analogue sticks for their xbox one pads; mainly the left stick breaking when altering direction and pressing the stick in (I.E for sprinting in most games, or by accident in stick heavy games like FIFA/Forza) The "Wobbling pop" issue as I have seen it is where a plastic component (That was metal in the 360 pads) that holds the stick in position, breaks during the aforementioned actions causing the stick to become unstable/stick/drift/become unresponsive. I have two xbox one pads, I don't play with friends locally at all, I got a second one because my first pad after only a couple of months started to show signs of wear. Whilst I haven't experienced the full break that lots of others seem to have, but I have noticed the left stick become considerably looser in terms of it's base slack before input transferral to the screen, the right trigger squeaks whenever I depress it, and the plastic housing of the pad creaks. I'm very, very, careful with my possessions, especially with my console and the pads so this gave me a lot of concern. It's put me off from playing FIFA ever again at all, and made me very conscious of using my pad for my preferred genres: FPS games like Destiny/Battlefield as the left stick always clicks in for sprinting, and racing games like Forza Horizon 2 as these are intense, stick heavy games with many fast movements required. Though in all honesty I worry playing ANY game type now. I had a 360 since launch and didn't have to throw my FIRST PAD away in all those years, it stood the test of time. I see now MS is releasing the "Elite" pad, which boasts steel stick shafts ETC. and claims that the sticks will last years... Shouldn't this be the case on the original xbox one pads? I've researched this and seen a great amount of people who have gone through 3-6+ pads in the space of a year. They aren't cheap, and I don't find this acceptable at all. My friend has a PS4 (a console I can't stand, I think it's awful in every way really) he's had it the same amount of time I have had my Xbox 1 (a year) and I know for a fact he is rougher with his pads than I ever would be, I held them and tested the sticks and could feel no discernible wobble (Although it must be said the rubber had started to come away from them, no such problems with the X1 pad) which really surprised (and vexed) me. No researching I've done has found any sort of response from MS on this issue, or whether there will be improvements made to future pads. I'm loyal to XBOX and won't be changing to another console ever, no matter what issues transpire, but it would be nice to hear something from MS about these issues and concerns. Thank you.