For many years now I have had the idea of creating a site for all console racers to gather and share their best setups. Last year I started creating it. But then I moved to a different country... Now a year down the track it is not finished and I have a do to list a mile long, but I am at a stage that I am willing to present my work: ConsoleRacer.com The site has many functions. Its first mission is to be a setups database where you can search for a tune to suit your needs. You can do a quick search from any page or use the search page for a more detailed setup search. Once registered it gets more interesting. When you have searched and found a setup you you can rate it. And of course you can add your own setups for your own records or for others to discover. Your setups can be private if you wish. Very soon you will be able to add a setup created by another user to your favourites, which you can access via the mySetups page along with all of your own setups. No more searching through bookmarks or scribbled down bits of paper, all your setups and favourite setups in one place. For the dedicated tuners that frequent these forums, there is the tuner page. This page displays all of your non private tunes and is customisable. At present you can rename the page and add some text about your tunes and tuning style. In future you will have much more control over your page to customise it to your wishes. I want it to be your tuning home on the web For a quick example Paulie of The Lions Den has kindly allowed me to add his tuning shop. See the link below for The Lions Den on ConsoleRacer.com. http://consoleracer.com/tuner.aspx?tunerID=5 Currently you can add setups for GT5P, and as soon as I finish adding 800 PSP cars you will be able to add setups for that too. The aim is to have all features complete by the launch of GT5, but I will support any game that warrants it. Note to mods: I know this smells of an ad, but please be aware that I have been a part of the GT community since the beginning and I am doing this out of my own back pocket in the hope of creating something of use to us all.