Does anyone know if the X-Arcade joystick bundle is supposed to come packaged with the PC adapter included at no additional cost? I'm wondering because the X-Arcade website literature is worded so as to imply that it doesn't; in fact, one of the FAQ concerns what if a buyer wanted to purchase the X-A off their website and wanted to be able to use it on both a PC and a game console--the answer was to select the PC adapter as your "free" adapter choice, and then to "purchase" the appropriate game console adapter. However, if you read the manual and the packaging itself (I already bought and received the unit)--the packaging clearly states "PC Adapter Included" (this is printed on the packaging itself, rather than on some sticker slapped onto the box); in addition, the manual clearly states that the joystick comes with PC functionality standard. So...which is it? Does the PC adapter come standard, i.e., there is normally no need to select it as your "free" adapter if you buy the X-A at their website? I sent an email to X-A asking for clarification about this and they haven't yet send me a reply; I also left them VM, with similar results (no callback). I'm starting to think that they (X-A) "cheated" me out of $20 by misleading customers into thinking that the X-A joystick doesn't come standard with any adapters, let alone the PC one, when the packaging and manual appear to indicate otherwise.