No, not really. As I said, it happened to my Xbox One. When it did, I just returned it and got a replacement. No rage at Microsoft because, unlike the Xbox 360, the One was not defective by design and I just got unlucky. My replacement has been issue free apart from the minor controller defect, which I can more than live with. If I do what I did with the 360 and go through 3 defective consoles in barely over two years then yes, that's different. The point is a $150 controller should be more reliable than the standard one, no? But anyway, you've proved my wider point. The Elite controller is mostly very well received, and yet someone could still make a video with several defective units. As for the PS2, my original, fat unit is 15 years old, has been in luggage on a plane at least a dozen times (with not much more than some wrapped towels for protection), has moved house 5 times and has even been dropped once, and yet it still works. It's two feet away from me as I type, and I booted it to check. I think the disc reader will probably eventually fail but I've not had a single issue.