Why aren`t such games defaulted to use the Shift-A-S-D and Spacebar for the movement keys? Inverted Mouse Look for the right hand of course. Isn`t that position the most comfortable for folks left hand to rest on?
I want to die like my Grandfather...in my sleep...not screaming in terror like his passengers.<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Kronos on 06/05/01 08:33 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
W-A-S-D is good, but I like the default Tribes 2 setting better. It's E-S-D-F, so you have more room to work, and the shift key is still close enough. You also have a better reach to the number keys, if you're someone who uses those.
Apple? Macintosh? What are these strange words you speak?
A Panther XL works great in UT, and HL,Q2,Q3 for that matter. It'a a joystick trackball combo. Stick in the right hand for movement and weapons etc , trackball in left used to "look" and a few more buttons to play with. Sadly out of production but the PXL Pro is eagerly awaited.
Other than that alot of people use a joystick/trackball combo (separate pieces) a Saitek or CH F16 stick with a Kensington Expert Mouse Pro or cheapie Crystal Trackball seems to work well.
But to be honest it all comes down to what you find most comfortable.