Sega Joysticks

Sega Virtua Stick HSS-0130 (Saturn or Dreamcast)

Discontinued
Large 2 Player controller appears similar to many Astro City Arcade control Panels.
Quality: Very Good

Sega Virtua Stick SS HSS-0136

Discontinues
Small 1 player stick. Early models have a Seimitsu LS-56, later versions use a generic ASCII stick.
Quality: Good
Ease of Mod: Difficulty 3

Virtua Stick High Grade (PS3)

Minimalistic when it comes to art or features. Where this stick shines is in performance.
Quality: Very good
Reliability: Reported issues with First run PCBs.
Ease of Mod: Difficulty 2

Agetech (Dreamcast)

Discontinued
Quality: Excellent case and one of the better PCBs for Dreamcast controllers. The Stick and buttons are below average
Reliability: Not notch PCB, although buttons and stick are cheap they work well.
Ease of Mod: Difficulty 3/5 (depending on the mod taken). PCB is common ground. Modding the case to accept modern arcade parts is not easy, especially when modifying the metal top panel to accept 30mm buttons or modifying the case to accept a Sanwa JLW or a Seimitsu joystick. Modding for a Sanwa JLF is slightly easier.

Note: officially this stick is made by Ascii and not by Sega's usual manufacturers

Sega Twin Stick (Dreamcast)

Built for Virtual-On for the Sega Dreamcast
The controller uses custom LS-40s for the 2 trigger sticks and uses a custom PCB for Virtual on
Quality: Very good
Reliability: None
Ease of Mod: Difficulty 2

Note: The custom design of the stock PCB is the only PCB the game Virtual On Oratorio Tangram recognized for twin-stick control configuration
A Saturn (or Saturn compatible) PCB with a Total Control 3 adapter would work (the Total Control 3 adapter must be set to Twin-stick mode).

Sega Twin Stick (Sega Saturn)

Design for Sega's Cyber Trooper Virtual-On. The controller uses custom LS-40s for the 2 trigger sticks, uses a standard HSS-133 Saturn PCB.
Quality: Very good
Reliability: None
Ease of Mod: Difficulty 2