Hey all, I recently bought my first set of 'proper' pedals, a used set of Fanatec ClubSport v1s (up until now I've been using the horrible, unreliable plastic pedals that came with my Fanatec Porsche Turbo S wheel.) While waiting for delivery I've been doing some research on the ClubSports - for example thinking about mods like adding an RC damper (making them more like v2s.) In reading about them, one thing that I've seen talked about quite a lot is inverting them. It sounds pretty easy with the ClubSports - swap the wires, the pads and the springs between throttle and clutch. Then find a way to mount them upside down. My question is - is it worth it? Or rather, why is it worth it? I've seen a few threads where people have said it made a huge difference - "like a whole new experience", one guy said. And I've also seen reference to other pedals, e.g. the Logitech G25/G27, where it's much harder to invert them than with the Fanatecs, and people still went to the trouble to do so. So I'm trying to understand why it's such a big deal? Of course it's probably more realistic, because most cars have pedals that hang down rather than stick up. But personally I don't care so much about immersion/realism, just about feel and how good I can drive with them (Which knowing me won't be very good at all, but still.) So if you've inverted your pedals, could you tell me what difference it made and why it's worth the effort? Thanks!