I really like the Joycon grip.. I found it very comfortable. The only part that's flat is the middle. I think they contour to my hands in a way that makes them fun. Sure they it isn't as comfortable as the pro but I play better with the grip and I get a real good dopamine rush when I use it
That stand is decent, but if you don't mind spending a little more and want something even sturdier, I'd recommend the Lamicall Playstand, it's made of metal and can adjust to any angle you want: https://www.amazon.com/Multi-Angle-Nintendo-Switch-Lamicall-Playstand/dp/B01LZAYH58/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1530214759&sr=8-2&keywords=lamicall%2Bswitch%2Bstand&th=1
I honestly was about to wait for Kevin to talk about how there are 512GB SD cards on wish.com for $6.99 XD I am glad he did talk about not needing a lot of memory if you do buy the physical games. That was really good advice.
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