Pros It does work with the PC.
Cons But no vibration with the PC.
Summary I own one of these wheels. I got it at Target on clearence for 35.00,what a steal!! I use it on my PC and so far except for one game it works just fine. Windows XP reads it as a madcatz wheel 360. It uses the xbox 360 gamepad drivers. Madcatz is currently working on specific drivers but there is no release date yet. The only negative I would have is that you can't use the vibration feature on the PC. So far I have tried this wheel on 4 games on the PC. Need for Speed Most Wanted (does not see the wheel). CRC 2005 great, Pro Race Driver great, even Master Ralleye (as old as it is, worked fine too). I don't own a Xbox 360, so I have nothing to say about that. I bought it to see if it would work on a PC. It was a cheaper route than a $100 Logitech Momo. And it works well with most PC games. Madcatz really needs to get that driver finished then we can all "RUMBLE" our wheels. Thanks.
Pros It looks great and the steering wheel and shifter have a very nice feel. Affordable.
Cons 3 Suction cups will not stick to anything. Despite multiple contacts on the peddals, the pedals slide all over the place. I tried it on hard wood, on carpet, on a towel. Doesn't help
Summary Mad Catz should had taken design ideas from Logitech and Microsoft and built desk/table clamps into this wheel. The suction cups don't stick to anything and the thigh clamps put the steering wheel in a very awkward and unnatural position. The foot pedal device slidse all over the place and I find myself having to adjust to its movement frequently during a game/race.
Pros I love the color schemes and the steering wheel has nice grip. Great for a select few racing games like Split second, PGR, Forza Motorsport 3, Blur.
Cons It isn't computer compatible, the shifter isn't a 6-speed but a forward and backward, and no clutch, how sad is that?
Summary Fairly enjoyable for any racer. Definitely no the best, but fair for the style and medium performance. O.k. for the price I paid for,$100.
Pros Fully compatible with one 360 game.
Cons Incompatibility with most games defeats the purpose of a driving wheel, doesn't it?
Summary This was an extreme disappointment. This is a 70 dollar wheel (now available on e*bay for 20 NIB) that doesn't function. It's almost like false advertising - when you purchase a product that has a specific use, then the consumer should be able to use it for that specific thing.
It's amazing that there is only ONE game with which the wheel is fully compatible - and that only after working through a setup procedure.
Don't waste your money on this product. Just don't.
Unless the only driving game that you play is PGR3 and you want a cheap wheel for it.
I gave this a generous "2" as it does work with *one* game for the 360.