First off, you can actually remove the faceplate off of the Fusion Pro, going from black to white with ease and even moving around the analog sticks. You can take off the default ones and attach a much longer aiming stick, along with a smooth convex stick for a better feel. It actually works pretty well, though you might want to keep everything in the included case, so you don’t lose the original sticks.
As far as what controller front we prefer, black seems to work best in coalition with the rubberized grips on the controller. But white isn’t too bad either, and really stands out in a collection of otherwise multi-colored units. The choice, obviously, is yours.
Speaking of the back of the unit, along with the rubberized grips, there’s also four paddle buttons that you can customize however you see fit. You can remove these if you’re not a fan of extra functionality, but it’s really cool how you can tap on these and get strong actions within the game. At least try it before you shake them off, as they can save your thumbs a world of pain.
Assigning buttons is fairly easy, and you can also change around analog stick functionality if you feel like doing something different. That makes the Fusion Pro excellent for those that feel like tweaking their controller for impressive performance. It all depends on if you really need it.