Greeting everyone. I'm sure some of you may know I am on the verge of Carpal Tunnel syndrome. I find that if I play too much with a keyboard and mouse, my wrists will begin to ache and their is not stopping the pain unless I hear a brace for a couple of weeks. So, ever since this run of events I've had to put down many fun games of the FPS genre since I could no longer tackle the fast pace gaming of them. Also, I've taking a much slower pace to character MMORPGs. Final Fantasy XI is perhaps one of the best games for my wrists, because it is an MMORPG which allows me to completely handle the entire game with a PS2 controller plugged into my PC (using a USB adapter of course). Needless to say I've been spoiled by this pain-free game play experience, and I've saught to replicate it in other games. Now Warhammer is a game that was designed completely for the Keyboard and Mouse; however, I will taking up the mantle of seeing that it is not the only means in which it can be played. Xpadder is my saving grace. This extremely powerful and free program allows me to design several controller functions even if the game was never even considered for a controller. Not only this, I can set up multiple keymaps, and easily toggle between with a simple click of the button - not to mention set the sensitivity and reaction time of whatever joysticks come mounted. The following thread will be a record of my experiences, and also within them will be fully downloadable key configurations and insturctions for those who may wish to play a little differently. Who knows, if I map these well enough, you may find the controller more effective and quicker than the keyboard and mouse. Keep in mind that I may even script Macro commands as well, and apply them to work hand in hand with the controller functions I install - so expect me to do several experiments as the Guild Beta progresses. Today I will begin with using a list of Key binds for the WAR Beta, these however will not be downloadable for those not within the test. But I will be using them with a Trial Account of World of Warcraft until they finally send us the Beta Client. Since World of Warcraft offers a new "streaming" client, I no longer need to slap gigs of needless information to conduct these tests. I will post mt progress as it develops. Let me know what you think. PS: I don't care if you don't need controller support. I do, and I'm sharing my results for those who are either curious or suffer from pain as I do from the kayboard.