Serious question.... Do Polyphony "do" feedback ? Seems odd that a fix has been neglected for so long. Are there "home-brew" fixes for the clutch pedal? I've already invalidated my warranty, by modding the brake pedal, so more opening up of the pedals is not something I am too worried about. Put the GTEye spring in my brake and switched the original brake spring across to the clutch pedal. Maybe i should have left the original clutch pedal spring in there ? Will the game allow the clutch to be calibrated pre-race / game load ? I recall, with wheels like the DFGT, you should keep both accelerator and brake held down, fully, whilst the wheel calibrates, as it helps get a much finer gauge when racing ? Should the G27 clutch be fully depressed whilst the game / pre-race loads ? So many people on this thread, have great ideas and completely legitimate concerns. It's a shame that it's unlikely to ever get fixed. As far as the G27 is concerned ( i am using this wheel ) - is it because it's not really supported, other than it will work at a completely basic level with GT5, but it's not a wheel they'll ever consider worrying about because it's potentially cheap competition to thier own, very expensive wheel ? On top of a horrible clutch system, has anyone noticed - in GT6 - the rumble on the G27 is pretty weak ? I use level 10 force feedback, professional mode, with no Traction Control and no power steering, purely to jolt some more life into the wheel. Rumble strips hardly ever register and that's kinda unhelpful sometimes. Don't get me wrong, it controls lovely. So much fun to drive with the G27. Just a shame the clutch and gear shift don't compliment the wheel itself ( in GT5/6 ).