Summary: I really like the size of the wheel, it does not feel like a child's toy at all and the sensitivity is great. My only complaint is there is no real resistance when using the wheel, it does not the feel of driving a real car. To improve on this problem you would have to open the base and add another couple of rubber bands to add resistance.
Excerpt: Can't get enough play time behind this wheel. Coming from a real racetrack to the TV screen is almost seemless. Understeer, oversteer, braking, and throttel sensitivity are all excellent! Once you try it you won't want be able to walk away!
Pros: Easy Controls, Lifelike Wheel Grip, Spot On Sensitivity, Versatile, Very Responsive
Summary: Steering wheel has a slow response time and it's a bulky attachment for computer use. Also, must constantly be removed, attached, removed, attached...unless the computer it is going on is for racing only.
Summary: Very good steering. However, the gas and brake pedal are to close together. They do not act like real pedals. They have nonadjustable spring back. I ended up assigning a button on the wheel to act as the brake.The pedals have a tendency to slide around on tile.
Summary: Awesome and good for starters. But after awhile of using it a lot I noticed that if I let go of the wheel it would turn a little by itself, which is really no issue if you're actually playing, and also the brake pedal is kind of hard to push down especially if you don't have the pedals secured or held down somehow.
Summary: I picked this up for $45 here and Amazon Prime free 2 day shipping. Having said that, I am very happy with this item. For what I paid this thing is awesome. It doesn't feel like the most solid wheel ever built but again, for the price, it does the job. I knocked off a star because the latest forcefeedback driver is broken and it appears the manufacturer is not going to do anything about it.