I meant the analog sticks, not joycons, but yeah. Oddly enough my joycons used to drift a bit too at one point, but I think the last time it happened was like one or two years ago and they've been just fine since then. Actually not sure if it'd be better to have the controller repaired or just leave it there and buy a new one. On the one hand I imagine a repaired controller is probably less likely to suffer from drift than a regular one (right?), but on the other hand a new one would have a brand new battery and longer warranty. Edit: Turns out they're actually sending a new controller (with full warranty) as replacement rather than repairing the one I sent, so that's that settled.