I can echo what Scott (mcfizzle) says. [I believe I remember it's Scott!] I have three set-ups in my living room. Jake built them and they were all outfitted with DFP's around five years ago. Last year, Jake bought a G27, and Kenny brought over his DFGT, and I spent a couple of days running all three. My opinion is exactly the same. The DFGT wheel is a great product for the price, and all the wheel you'd ever need, but the pedals are limited. The G27 is also a great wheel, but the better pedals gave me more precision than the DFGT. The better precision made it much easier to hit every apex the same way, increasing my consistency, which helped me get faster in a shorter amount of time. So today I am going to finish painting a house, and that money goes to a new G27! Kenny is still happy with his DFGT, and he is quite fast with it, but I want the pedals. That's worth the extra $100 to me, (it's $250 for the G27). The upgrade in pedals is what made the difference for me, but I won't pay hundreds more for the elite wheels because the G27 is enough of a step up and should keep me satisfied for a few years!