A friend of mine maid me one for the PS3. It works good for MW2, but for battlefield we couldn't get the sensitivity to work correctly for ADS and normal. If we set it up for snipe, it was great, but if you had to run around it was a pain in the butt. You couldn't rotate fast enough. Plus trying to figure out all the keys based on the xbox got annoying. The dead zone was also a hiccup. I just jacked up the sensitivity on the console controller and never looked back.
It doesnt work as well as a PC. But for sitting stagnant and sniping it was unmatchable. It was hilarious, but then i couldn't turn fast enough when not zoomed in and constantly got knifed, trying to remember which key did what.
XCM XFPS looks to be the best option out there. You can adjust the sensitivity and has a rapid fire option for every button. They make more then one type of adapter, so you'll need to look at the specs and search reviews to see which is best for you.
Last Edit: Mar 18, 2010 16:55:18 GMT -5 by massteron
The console controller output does not fire until the stick has been moved to a certain distance from center. That is the dead spot, the mouse does not have that. It also returns to center, which the mouse does not. The problem is you are converting the mouse signal into an xbox controller signal to try to trick the system. It doesnt exactly match up. For some reason this setup works better on mw2, you can dial the sensitivity in better and eliminate more of the dead spot and skipping. Plus there are a lot less buttons for mw2 than bc2. But its not perfect. If you looking for perfect, stick to the pc.