This is a slightly odd piece of hardware, but nonetheless a very cool one! The Jetseat is a cushion for your (office) chair inspired by massage seats. It features 8 motors that are connected via a single USB plug to your PC and will provide force feedback from the game to the 'massage' motors. It really increases the immersion and feedback from the game. You can feel wheels fighting for grip, bumping into eachother or hugging the curbs. You can also enable feedback from the drivetrain (gear kicks) and all settings are seperately controlled with gain sliders. Its awesome!! The cushion is Russian made and perhaps the reason why its not well known here in Europe, but I highly recommend it. I found out about it via virtual wing members of a combat flight simulator I regularly play. Its not even expensive. Gametrix.ru sells it for 85 dollars (as of now) exclusing shipping and handling. People report different things about this route; some claim to have never received their unit, others had to play excessive amounts of shipping and handling costs, while yet others got it to their homes in the EU for about 100 dollars. Support from Gametrix.ru is universally regarded as poor though. The guy writing the support software for various games (currently AC and iRacing, while RRRE is under development) offers the seat for 165 dollars (ex S&H). More expensive but support is guaranteed and he has been VERY prompt with his communication with me. So you have a choice here. As mentioned direct support is available for Assetto and iRacing, With R3E coming this Summer, but I have contacted the dev and he is certainly not opposed to bringing in AMS, rFactor 2 , etc support. So if you are interested shoot him a message. The links: Gametrix.ru - manufacturer dreamsimteam.blogspot.com - homepage of 3rd party software for jetseat and english instructions of the Jetseat. https://andres-eshop.pswebshop.com - Andrey's webshop and support site for Jetseat (Andrey is the dev of the 3rd party software at dreamsim) You can contact Andrey via the Dreamsim Team website.