@cmbeal317 posted a video released today at the gt channel, also the gt.jp site had a description stating that the 1.06 version will be available on the 7th. http://www.gran-turismo.com/jp/news/00_3793638.html Hype train, boarding now! Tickets for window seats still available! Edit trd posted today pricing on the hardware, 86000yen Linky http://www.trdparts.jp/release/2014_drive-logger.html Edit 2 In the Update added on April 7, 2014, Gran Turismo 6 adds a "GPS Visualizer" feature that takes circuit driving data recorded by compatibly equipped cars and converts it into a visual replay in the game. The addition of this feature makes "Gran Turismo 6" the first officially compatible application with the Toyota's "Sports Drive Logger" going on sale from June 2nd. This movie introduces the comparison between the "GPS Visualizer" replay and actual driving footage. Gran Turismo had been developing the technology of reproducing actual driving data in a computer graphic replay since 2007, together with Toyota and Denso. Demonstrations had been shown like that of September 2012, where an FT86 was driven on the Fuji Speedway with driving data gained there being recreated in Gran Turismo. In the Sports Drive Logger, a real time communication system called the CAN (Controller Area Network) is used to record GPS Position, vehicle speed, engine revolutions, accelerator pedal stroke, steering angle, brake operation signals, etc, and this can be saved onto a USB memory stick. This in turn can be read in GT6, and converted into an accurate replay image inside the game. In addition, this data can be combined with the "Data Logger" feature of GT6 to analyze the circuit driving data in-game. It is also possible then to read driving data of professional drivers to compare their driving actions such as brake and accelerator timings with your own.