[digg]http://www.tweak3d.net/forums/news/3rd-party-motion-sensitivity-addons-xbox-360-controller-24511[/digg]Now being somewhat of an Xbox 360 fanboy, I've taken on my fair share of console vs. console arguments. There are pros and cons for any of the consoles, and so they tend to lend well to this sort of debate. One department in which I find my arguments falling short is the controller. [align=right] [/align] I love the 360 wireless (and to a lesser extent wired) controller, but one feature it has always lacked is motion sensitivity. Earlier this year adamthole posted videos of a homemade tiltBoard installed in both a wired and wireless 360 controller. Interest was peaked and he took orders for (and sold out of) a batch of tiltBoards and DIY tiltBoard kits. The interest drawn by this project got his idea picked up by Talismoon, a company that makes 3rd party 360 accessories (replacement fans, cases, controller shells, etc). Yesterday, Xbox-Scene released word that GreenGiant, one of their forum members, will be creating a similar product called Xilt Lite and Xilt Advanced. Here are the released list of features: A few years back I bought an Xir (an Xbox addon to enable the powering on and off with the DVD Player remote) from GreenGiant, so I can attest to the quality of his work.