Hi, Sorry for my terrible grammar. Im dutch and some days are not my english grammar days I came from a Thrustmaster Force Feedback wheel (with Ferrari logo) to a Logitech G27. My TM still functioned perfectly so why did i made the step? Cause of the pedals and the shifter. As i red the brake pedal had much more tension than my old TM. But as i drive with my new pedals i noticed i thing....i didnt make any difference with my braking skills. So i looked into those potentiometer things. But as i wondered i couldnt be sure that it would be the solution for the right braking. I stepped into my (real) car and i had my full attention at my driving. How do i know when to brake and even more important: how do i know who hard to press the brake? and you know what: it doenst matter if the brake pedal is soft or hard, its all about weight transfer and eyeing the distance. And weight transfer cant be simulated, not even with a motion sim. Im driving 50 Km/ph towards a green traffic light. At about 15 meters it hits orange. In a second i hit the brake, i measure the distance to the white stopping line with my eyes and i regulate the tension on the brakes through the weight transfer i feel in my body moving forwards. Racing on a PC is all about getting knowledge of you pedals (hard or soft doenst matter) and getting known of the braking point on circuits. Do you agree?