"The Ultimate So Far!"5.0 starson by skroadie
Pros: The force feedback make it possible to get the most of accellerating out of a turn. The grip of the wheel is of the most durable.
Cons: The inability to change the angle of the wheel and pedals forced me to build appliances to set them at the right angles for the best commpetitive edge.
Summary: Excellence Cubed.
Save for one thing. I played GT3 and 4 so much and often that after only a year or so the shift up button started double shifting on me. This will never be a problem for drivers that use automatic shifting, but they will never be as fast as ME.
But now I've learned to use the shifter.
Most of my friends have a hard time using the wheel, they feel FF(force feedback) in the wheel but with out the G-force normally felt in real world driving they tend to either go headlong into walls at the end of straightaways or burn out their tires fishtailing down the straight aways.
My advise would be to get use to the game with the normal controller, and then move on to the wheel.
I've given the Pro ForceFeedback a rating of 10 because, with it I was able to acheive steering accuracy that is not possible with non-FF wheels, in fact I would never use a non-FF wheel again, I'd prefer to use the DualShock instead.
And I'm speaking from experience, I purchased 4 of the most advertised wheels. ALL JUNK.
My rating might go down if ever another wheel sets the bar higher.