Buttkicker updates: So with iRacing and other supported PC SIMS one can utilize SimVibe software. I took advantage of this recently. Right now I'm using the two BKG2's aka gamer 2's with their factory amps. I had to install another sound card to drive the tactiles aka BKG2's. The software uses telemtry and physics to drive the tactiles. Where as normally they are driven by sound. This ability to drive them from telemtry and physics really enhances the effects. So much more depth and connection. Now for what's planned. I got two BK LFE Mini's. Which are the same tactile used in the BKG2. Just different mount. This will get me a tactile at all four corners of my rig. This will all be driven by a 5ch amp which obviously only 4ch will be used. The stock amps are under powered and the "clipping" we are getting from the BKG2 is amp issue not the tactile. So these additions have super excited. Now you may ask yourself what is he gonna do with those stock amps. Well I've got four Dayton pucks. So plan to use two on each side of my floorboard in my rig. Recess these and run them off the sound side using the stock BKG2's amps. So that will bring my tactile count up to 8 total. I may want to register this rig with the local seismology office. LoL Anyway I'll be sure to let you guys know how it is after the build is complete. Other notable additions to the rig. Button Box from Dereck Speare, 7" USB Monitor for iSpeed software. I use an iPad mini now for a virtual dash as well my iPhone 5 for shift lights.