This is tempting, but not for reasons I should actually purchase for...
I love my eneloops and LaCrosse BC-700 battery charger, but didn't take into account how all 12 of my batteries would be used at the same time in our (Roommates and me) 3 xbox 360 controllers and 4 wiimotes.
The batteries all require recharging at roughly the same time, so the 4-slot BC-700 alone isn't enough to get us back up and running fast enough.
So, this seems like it'd be perfect for me, except the charger (from what little information I can gather from quick googling) is iffy.
* The charger seems to be a simple 2-channel charger (only charges in pairs), and the verdict on these kinds of chargers are that they are sub-par in caring for these high quality batteries.
* The batteries have are spec'd at 1500 charge cycles, which would make them the 2nd generation eneloops. The newest, 3rd gen eneloops are rated at 1800 cycles (and can operate under colder temps). I'm only stating this to be informative: Average users won't notice a difference between 2nd and 3rd gen - Charging 3 times a week with a 1500 cycles capacity will still net you a decade of use. The batteries are perfectly fine (unless you want to keep a flashlight in your car during winter. In that case you should go for the 3rd gens - As low as -20C/-4F)
The dealbreaker for me is the charger. If the package came with a reliable charger that had the ability to charge batteries solo, then I'd probably jump on it because...
THE BATTERIES ARE SO COLORFUL AND SHINY AND THEY'RE ENELOOPS AND I LOVE ENELOOPS AND THE SPARKLIES!
But nah, I can get sparklies from here for $26 w/free shipping.