This is just going to be a somewhat simple comparison of the two as to which one is the better controller (spoiler alert: Switch Pro Controller). For the most part, they are pretty much the same except the Switch Pro Controller (SPC -- cool acronym) has the right analogue stick placed correctly, grips are much better to hold and more comfy, despite still being digital triggers they are more ergonomic to press. The SPC controller comes bundled with cool & new technology like HD Rumble (the only really new one, I think), gyroscope, motion controls and an NFC reader (for amiibos). Another difference between the two, is that the shell of the SPC is black-but-transparent whereas the WUPC is full-on glossy black, not to forget, the SPC controller has a Share Button just like the PS4 controller does, too. Wii U Pro Controller lasts as much as 80 hours but it's not known how long the battery life of the Switch Pro Controller is, it should be relatively the same or near it. And speaking of the WUPC, the WUPC is an extremely light-weight controller and the SPC is too, in my opinion. Another thing I want to bring up is that the SPC controller is amazingly close to being like a "younger brother" of the Xbox One because of how extremely similar they are. American RRP Prices of PS4/XO/NS/WU controllers: PS4 - $59.99 Xbox One - $59.99 Switch - $69.99 Wii U - $49.99 The Switch Pro Controller is only a tad more more expensive than PS4/XO controllers are (by the difference of $10) and whether this is Nintendo overcharging or due to the technology, only someone that knows how much the hardware would be able to tell. Honestly, just for $10 it shouldn't be a big deal, frankly. Goes without saying, if you are going to be a SPC owner then take good care of it! It sure as hell ain't a cheap controller to throw at your wall.