I would say still say yes. Perhaps it is just me but I have been through several Pro Controllers. I end up with Drift in the left stick. I currently have 3 of them but I traded at least 3 back into Walmart after a relatively short amount of time. Nintendo consoles and controllers used to feel like they last forever (exception of the analog on the N64), and I have been super disappointed in Nintendo's quality this gen especially considering the premium price they have placed on their controllers. My joycons are good (almost never used except when playing Odyssey ) but both sets on the kids switches have the drift issues.
It does boast a really good battery life just like the WiiU's Pro.