Summary: CD accompanying product can't be read/loaded because it's designed for PC. Nonetheless, functions can be manually entered and Mac users will better enjoy many of the racing games out there. Love the force-feedback.
Summary: A decent controller for the money, but plagued by several shortcomings.
Pros: Good grip, lots of customizable buttons, sturdy construction and solid mounting.
Cons: Poor 64 bit drivers, not recommended for 64 bit windows XP users. Small wheel, imprecise control, gear shift is only a two way clicker, not an actual arcade style shifter. Seemingly not compatible with some force feedback games.
Summary: I don't know why the right shifter broke, but all in all it was a good wheel to me. This is not a safe product to use though because you may never notice how much throttle you're losing do to the failing pots and bad pedals design. If only the pots were actually held in place.
Pros: The wheel itself is amazing. It's very sturdy and heavy. There's so many buttons for hotkeying the limiter, fuel, brake balance and anything else you could think of. The force feedback is amazing the first time you try it out. In fact, I'd recommend turning it down to 30% force feedback as It's t...
Cons: Unfortunately the bad outweighs the good. First, I did have a problem with the wheel. The shifter on the right side's spring fell out and it makes shifting up too fast and it's not worth using it at that point. As for the pedals...I just have one word for them, POTENTIOMETERS!!!!!! The pedals are...
Summary: I have an old logitech nascar II wheel with no FF and I like it SO much more than this wheel. The FF is nice, but very distracting and it WILL decrease your performance, at least initially. The USB isn't enough to power the motors, so you need to plug this wheel into the wall as well.
Pros: Looks cool enough. Retractable carpet grippers. Six buttons, two flippers and an up/down shifter. Solid FF motor (for now). Very black. Says MOMO on the wheel. Probably the best buy for the money considering what else is out there (not much), but if you're serious about game racing, buy a Thompso...
Cons: Kind of expensive for a cheap FF wheel, if you ask me. Has two LEDs that glow in your face as you try to drive. Wheel is very resistant to turning, not smooth and easy like without FF - be prepared to wrestle the wheel around the track. Cheap plastic construction, though the wheel itself feels so...
Summary: Overall, this wheel is pretty good. I like the seperate stick shift, shift padels, and gas/break. The amount of buttons allow for a wide variety of setup options for games such as the NFS series. However... the way you clamp this thing to the desk is just plain stupid.
Summary: I'm sure this is a great wheel for other types of car racing games, but for Rally that requires fast corrections this just didn't cut it for me. I went back to my old non-FF wheel that cost me $xx.
Pros: This is a very solid wheel. During the time I owned it it felt really comfortable. Lots of programable buttons
Cons: Not sure if it was just me, but the FF motors created so much resistance that it was impossible to play racing games that require quick and full movement of the wheel. Rally racing games require fast action. This wheel made me feel like I was racing in sludge.