I just received my Fanatec CSR Wheel and Pedals and my Rennsport wheel stand. I've had several hours to practice and get used to them. I love the wheel and the stand, but I just can't get used to the pedals. The Problem is the Brake pedal. I am a "right foot braker" and for 2 years I've been using the Microsoft Wheel and pedals. I have pretty much perfected my line on each track in F1 2011. I've gotten used to being able to tap the brakes in certain corners then switch immediately to the accelerator for a perfect apex. With the new CSR brake pedal I have to push down much further than I'm used to. This usually ends in either slowing too early or locking the brakes completely, followed by the inevitable spin when I accelerate too hard out of the corner trying to make up time. Changing the in-game Brake Saturation settings to 90% seemed to work for about 5 laps but no matter what brakes I used they would always overheat. I tried adjusting the spring on the back of the pedal but it never gets any better and I really don't know what I am doing. So I mapped the brake to the clutch pedal and have started left foot braking. I worry though because my real vehicle is a 5 speed and I wonder; if I have an emergency while on the road and have to brake suddenly will my muscle memory cause me to go for the clutch rather than the brake? Do any former right foot brakers have any experience with this, or any advice to give?