(Please excuse my ignorant question - I'm a long-time "PC Keyboard and Mouse" gamer who only recently started using a gamepad.)
I got myself an 8BitDo Pro 2 gamepad, which can be connected both
- to my Windows PC (in "X-input" mode) and
- to my Android tablet (in "D-input" mode).
When I connect the gamepad in X-input mode, the bottom button is "A" and the right button "B". When I connect in D-input mode, it's reversed. Since it doesn't make much sense to re-train my fingers every time I switch devices, I am considering to use the software provided by the manufacturer to re-map one of those configurations and make them "consistent".
Which one should I choose? Should A be on the bottom or on the right? Is there a configuration which is objectively better than the other one? (e.g., one being a "legacy" configuration and the other one being the one that all new devices use?)