I use a G25 and even when adjusting ffb setting 10 and 10, the feel is very weak. I have tried different classes of cars and it is clear that PD have tried to make the ffb differentiate between type of car/tyres. Even at 10, in road cars, the ffb feels too weak. In low downforce racing cars there is more feel. In the Sena Lotus, it is about the same as a road car. Is this correct? I would have guessed that the steering in a F1 car from that era would be heavy. I tried the Sauber C9 and the ffb is very strong. Perhaps the same with all prototypes? On final point; if you change the power steering setting on or off, it does not seem to make any difference. My conclusions: More variance between different classes of cars, but with some, it's too light. UPADTE: The more I use different cars, the more it makes sense. Just ran McLaren F1 on CS. Weighty feel. ffb5 ffbs 7. Steering very precise and deadzone less noticable. Celica SS-11 '97 cs tyres. feels a little light but not too much. i used to drive one and the steering was light. All I can say to those who are concerned, don't make a judgement based on your first impressions. I suspect that those with the latest Thrustmaster wheels and others more sophisticated than my old G25 might find it rather good. UPDATE 2: Renault Clio RS '11 (cs). It feels as thought there has been more development that just changes in ffb weight. In a low to mid-speed corner in the Clio, if you push the throttle too hard, as the car understeers, you feel a distinct lightening of the wheel and the slip of the tyres. This was certainly not there before, and was a constant criticism of mine in relation to understeer. Before, the wheel kept its weight and did not give the feel of front wheel drive understeer. Ferrari Enzo. Much more neutral now. More front end grip. More likely to oversteer out of a corner than understeer. Finding mr cars much more stable under braking and easier to control oversteer during braking. BRAKING Off topic a bit, but braking feels more intuitive. I use ABS set at 0. There seems to be more feel and you can adjust braking more through the braking phase. Maybe I'm feeling things that aren't there?????