Apologies in advance if this has been discussed but I've searched and checked the index without success to find an answer to this question. I'm pondering buying a wheel soon, probably a G25, but notice they all seem to be 900 or 2 1/2 turns lock-to-lock. The reason I ask is I had a wheel for GT4, can't remember the name (and no longer have it) but it was pretty much the first of the 900 degree models. I found it quite difficult to use, especially with my driving style being very partial to corner exit oversteer If the car stepped out too much, you had to wind on several turns of lock, which generally would overcorrect the car because it took too long to get the lock back the other way. (Hopefully that makes sense to people?) That's fine when your driving a Focus, but when driving a race car (which are all one turn lock-to-lock) it feels like your driving a bus sometimes!). You weren't able to change back to 200 degrees in GT4. Does anyone else prefer the 180 / 200 degree wheel? Are you able to swith between the two on a G25, and if not, are there any good models that do?