Has anyone been a pad player then went to wheel for a while then went back to pad? I got a T150 about 8 months ago and while I think it's really fun, I find that I can't be bothered most of the time. Part of it is that I'm nowhere near as fast as I was on pad. I'm finding the transition from chase cam to bumper cam quite hard to race with. It's annoying having the seat, wheel and pedals in the way all the time when I'm not using it. If I put it away I'll end up using it even less. The T150 is not a good wheel. It feels cheap and rough and that goes for build quality and steering feedback. The Pro pedals feels ok I guess but there's not much feeling even with the conical brake mod added. I can't use the force feedback settings anything over 4 for a few hours as it will overheat and turn off. Thrustmaster customer service has been terrible. They are saying it's Amazon UK where I bought it from covers the warranty for 2 years and I should contact them. I know this isn't true as Amazon UK warranty is only a month or something. I tried using pad again in some daily races a while ago. Last time it was GR4 at Laguna Seca daily race B and I was doing well. I think it's better for wheel to wheel racing with chase cam. The moves I was making were amazing. One problem about going back to pad is that I think GTS physics have felt terrible for around a year. Extreme understeer introduced in an update made me think something was broken. Thought maybe my pad or my TV which was getting old. I bought a new pad and TV which I was due anyway and it still felt crap obviously. That's another reason I got a wheel. I peaked on pad anyway even though it didn't feel great, so thought why not move on and try and wheel. So I'm thinking sell the wheel, seat, pedals and PS4. Buy a PS5 and go back to pad for GT7.