just a suggestion on a stick…
I recently got the thrustmaster T.16000 (I got with the throttle unit too, but you can also buy just the stick without the throttle)
The stick is fully ambidextrous so you can use left or right handed. They have removable rubber grips on it that can be replaced with left hand grips which come with the stick.
It is also one of the best bang for your buck sticks out there I have seen. Extremely accurate (honestly I could set 0% deadzone and have no issues with it. I have my dead zone set at .01 (1%) just as a precaution since it is a new stick. For throttle you aren’t going to get a right hand throttle.
It’s like with cars…you are not going to find a car the majority of the world uses with the shifter on the left… just not going to happen. (sure there are a few backwards countries like UK, japan, etc with right hand drive left hand shift, but 95% of the world uses left hand drive right hand shift) Just something you will need to adapt to. If you ever plopped into a real fighter plane/jet you would find the stick either on the right, or between your legs, and the throttle on your left.
They don’t make a F-16 just for lefties lol Lefties have to get used to using the stick with their right hand and throttle with their left.
If you have ever driven a stick shift car, its the same type of deal. You will adapt to it and after using it for a long time it will become second nature to you and muscle memory. You won’t even think about or notice it anymore with enough practice.
Besides there are a lot more controls to operate on the throttle than there is on the stick anyway.
I know with my HOTAS I have a mini finger stick on the front of the throttle, a paddle in front, 2x D-pads and a hat on the side, an up/down pad on the front, 2 extra buttons on front, and 1 extra button on the side…So you can use your left index finger for precise aiming or looking around, however you set it. There’s a lot of buttons/controls to figure out and get used to. both hands definitely have their work cut out for them. You really won’t be using a single hand more than the other if you are an effective pilot.