Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino H.O.T.A.S. (Hands on Throttle and Stick) System
There's definitely a lot to like about this flight control stick, starting with its axis sensors and adjustable force requirements. You can choose from four different springs which control how much pressure is needed on the stick which itself features multiple buttons, two hats, and a trigger. There's also a separate thrust control unit which has two thrust controls for dual-engine fighters, although you can lock them together for single-engine jets.
There are numerous buttons and switches on the thrust controller, giving you total freedom from a mouse and keyboard, plus a backlit throttle base for easy readability in any setup. The flight stick and thrust control are both durably built and easy to put away when they’re not in use. It's a pretty tough call between this flight stick and the Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog, so your own personal preference will probably determine which model is better for you.