I didn't know whether to post this in hardware or hacking, so here goes: I recently bought Datel's Retro Wireless Classic Controller, which is a a classic controller with the connectivity of the wiimote built in so you don't need to connect a wiimote. I'm very impressed with it, and when I'm not using it to play Virtual Console games, it's synced to my PC to play games on ZSNES/SNES9X. I use the PIE scripts that are found on WiiLi.org for the respective emulators, but I've noticed something strange. Both scripts have mapped the right analog stick to A,B,Y,X for Smash TV (uses two joysticks in the arcade, SNES uses D-pad on the left and button combos on the right), which works fine using a Nintendo Classic Controller. But for some reason, the right stick on the Datel product doesn't register the mapping. I've confirmed that the stick DOES WORK by testing it on RE4 Wii Edition. The left stick works and maps fine for both controllers. The only thing that I can think of is that I need to use different code in GlovePIE to map the right stick. Is there a way to find out how to map it differently? I don't even really play Smash TV, but it just bugs me that this is an issue and I think it would be helpful to find a solution. The Datel controller is a good product.