Whoa, back up!! Are you telling me that the Logitech Extreme 3D is DOS compatible? If so, then Grimloc, you've got your new joystick. Looks like Logitech is remembering about those of us who like to play older games!
Now, Viglen, just need to correct you on some points:
1) Digital joysticks have only been out for four or five years; before that, they were all analog. Analog joysticks support up to two buttons only; that's one of the reasons for the switch to digital.
2) Most joysticks made these days are not backwards-compatible; it used to be that all joystick manufacturers made sure that their digital joysticks would also send the proper analog signals to the game port (also known as the MIDI port, on sound cards).
For the last year or so, I've been getting reports from those who visit this board that various new joysticks won't function in DOS, including (but not limited to) most Microsoft joysticks. My advice to them has been the same: go out and look for some old joysticks. Now, if the Wingman Extreme Digital 3D ( http://www.logitech.com/cf/products/productoverview.cfm/22
) actually does work in DOS, then that means that I can now recommend a specific joystick.
I want you to be very clear on this, viglen: have you actually used this joystick in pure DOS (meaning actually rebooting to DOS rather than simply in a DOS window)? Has it worked for a WC game such as Privateer or WC2?