It will be better, what I immediately liked was +2cm diameter rim, it felt better in hands, nice and strong tactile feedback of large shifter paddles, achieved with magnets and hall sensors, made from metal, aluminium if I recall correctly, whereas the DD Pro's paddles are much smaller, plasticky, providing tiny tactile feedback via a simple microswitch, even my 12 years old T500RS felt better in this regard because it at least used real metal for the paddles. All buttons, and joysticks have horrible play and are very noisy when clicked. I usually don't care about that stuff, but after comparing both wheels back to back in my hands, it just stood out so much more as the buttons, joystick and rotary encoders felt tight and accurate on the PRO wheel. The build quality of each part of the wheel is simply better on the PRO wheel. And +3Nm of additional torque should you wish to use the full 11Nm in the future. I paid 1000 EUR for the DD Pro premium bundle and I felt like I overpaid for what I got, because it simply wasn't that big of an upgrade compared with my old T500RS (5Nm belt driven), except for the direct drive being smoother, a bit stronger, and noiseless. Also the included load cell brake pedal is super stiff and can't be adjusted unless user modded. It was a no-brainer to keep the PRO wheel and say goodbye to DD Pro. The only positive thing I can say about DD pro is that the force feedback was smooth and basically noiseless as one can expect from a direct drive wheel. So even without TRUEFORCE taken into account the PRO wheel is still better overall, 100% feels like a premium product, whereas the DD Pro does not.