Mike Fahey loves cheap gaming accessories. You'll never see them proudly displayed at a big e-sports tournament or tucked inside gift bags at celebrity gaming events. They'll never be top of the line, but that doesn't mean they can't be the best.
There was a time, not too long ago, when shopping for a new piece of gaming hardware involved a Google search with the word "best" in front of it. He had money to burn, and he burned it on making sure his computer desk only contained equipment that would sound good when casually mentioned in the vicinity of other gaming aficionados. He called that time "before the children came."