Step 1: Inspect Gamepad
Fully functional, but the buttons are bright and slick. They don't feel very good in your hand. The directional pad on the left is slightly messed up. It's about as personalized to my grip as a No. 2 pencil.
Oh, no, this will never do...
Step 2: Increase Ergonomibilityness on the Top
Step 3: Retro Shoulder Pads
Repeat the process for the shoulder pads (L1 - L4), except of course with rectangles. Squish and mold the sugru to your liking - I didn't go too crazy molding it to my fingers, in case I didn't like the position later on, but also didn't leave it completely smooth. It looks odd, but feels nice.
Step 4: Smoothing
I liked this result better than leaving it all finger-printy. That would drive me nuts (although I'm a bit of a perfectionist with things like that...I like smooooooooooth...).
Step 5: Fix All the Things!
Sugru seems to fill a unique niche for me - I'm starting to use it where I formerly used insulating putty and/or glue. Unlike the putty, this stuff doesn't goop up, run, or melt over time, and it doesn't make a gigantic mess. Unlike glue, you don't have to put GOBS of it on, and it sticks way better than any glue I've tried to irregular and smooth surfaces. It also has the traditional glue/putty advantages of being waterproof. Yay!
Future plans include revamps of old projects - The World's Ugliest Lamp was one, and showerphones are an example of one I hope to get to soon - new projects like a stand for my Livescribe pen (I can't recommend the Echo Smartpen highly enough, speaking of which) and all-around day-saving when things break, snap, crack, disintegrate, crumble or fall off. If I sound like an advertisement for Sugru, I'm sorry - I can't help it! I wish I had an inexhaustible supply...oh, the things you could do...