Hi guys, I'm running my g25 with 200 degrees of maximum steering rotation. However, I have noticed in a thread that most people have theirs cranked up much more (as to 600 degrees). My question now is how does this value affect the control one can impose on a car!? Surely I can think that far that with a lower value, I have to do less steering to reach the max steering angle of a car and vice versa :victory: But, I have also seen video reviews of the g25 which claimed that the FFB of the g25 is not quick enough to successfully simulate a real car's behavior at 900 and even 600 degrees! 1) What is your opinion about that ? 2) What can you tell me about the choice of this value besides my enlightening knowledge :fwd: Thanks P.S. Could those of you owning the G25 please do a test for me? --> go into the settings of the G25 in windows where the wheel has a FFB effect for all of its buttons and do the following: put the shifter in 1st gear (this action should be confirmed by the g25 setup) Then, without moving the shifter back, push it to the right and check if the setup progr. recognizes the 3rd gear! Cause I wanna find out if my shifter is broken (it does that what I described above) It may also just be that the entire mechanics in the shifter are so tightly arranged that this is normal !?