Summary: Overall, I am very happy with this racing wheel controller. I got it to use with Forza Motorsport 4. While the resistance of the wheel and pedals is not quite lifelike (there is no force-feedback on this wheel, but it also doesn't cost $200+), it's definitely enough resistance to allow for good control.
Summary: When it first arrived I was surprised about the size of this thing, the size of the wheel is a little small but it's not much of a problem. The only thing that bothers me is the design of the paddles of this thing, the paddles are only about 1'5 inches apart and I find it difficult to handle.
Summary: For the money, this was a very good choice for my teenage son. He loved it (except the lack of foot clutch) and used it frequently until the accelerator quit working. He got about 2 months of good use from this and if it had lasted longer, I would give it a 4 star or higher for the functionality at this price point. A decent warranty would go along way.
Summary: It works okay, can't complain too much for the price. It is very hard to find a good balance with the sensitivity settings, so you tend to go from not turning at all to overturning and wrecking anyway. Tried it with several racing games, but still haven't got the hang of it. The suction cups don't hold well, and the pedals are awkward. Still, the overall setup is better than trying to drive normal with the joysticks on a normal controller.
Summary: I feel like 4 stars is perfect for this product. It is very fun to use, with minor problems. I used the wheel to play Forza 3, and it was outstanding. It is so much better than the controller, and I am having a blast playing it. I also own Nascar Inside Line, which I have used the wheel for only a short amount of time with that game. When I first got the wheel, I first tried to play the Nascar game.