First, and most importantly, reset your wheel to default using the "Y" button on the controller page, then set your "Tire Force" to 50 or close. Do not touch any settings in the "global" ffb page (calibrate & configure under the game controls in your options) besides the ones mentioned on the first page of Jack Spade's first page (see below) but in addition, set the Force Feedback to 100 always, the Speed Sensitivity to 50 (these differ from the defaults and Jack Spade's front page). Then, go into the individual car setup. Choose the category that you like best (for each car AND for different driving preferences, which are described therein): Excel: https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0Bw5ul...xport=download PDF: https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0Bw5ul...xport=download These are adapted from Jack Spade's PC Tweaker files - basically it's his FFB settings, in a spreadsheet so that console users can enter them into their game and use the same FFB settings as PC users are enjoying. I have tested these and they are spot on to me. I use classic but with the Lateral SoP set to the same as Fy and the SoP Diff set to the same as Fx. The beautiful part about these settings is that they feel wonderful. And they are ready made to suit every driving style for every car in the game. In essence, the ffb is solved. And it will only get better after SMS improves it. Good luck! --Rob W.