Yeah, they're reliable. I've not been in one of their physical stores in ages but, like you, I've found a few things on their online store that I couldn't see anywhere else. No problems with the process.
@yourbrain: I've seen first party Xbox pads getting reduced as low as £30 here - I picked up an orange ltd edition one which looks horrible but, hey.
Also worth checking out are the pads Microsoft are branding as controllers for Windows. Again, I picked one up in a sale last year and it's just an Xbox One pad (the new one with Bluetooth) plus a micro USB cable. They were cheaper than the regular Xbone pads which don't have a USB cable.
As most people are saying, you'll have the best time with a genuine first party pad but if a cut price Elite controller floats your boat - It's got replaceable thumbsticks, trigger stops and two extra buttons on the underside - this one works fine.
No cap here but my speed is 30mb/s out in the wilds of Tyrone so I'm never going to hit the crazy limits anyway, although if I had a faster connection with the same company I still wouldn't have limits.
I'd have said no until I got my current phone, a Moto G6, which had a habit of sliding off every chair arm I'd parked it on before I bought a case. Mirror finish shells look nice, and all that, but practical they ain't.
@phos: Norris has been winning everything in lower formulas, he's also British and very young which doesn't hurt their marketing - Lewis won't be around for ever and there's no other British driver on the grid. That he's not going to cost much is another bonus.