1,a) What's Overall FFB Actually Doing? What exactly does the in-game FFB overall strength slider do? If I'm not mistaken, it doesn't control, nor is it "connected", to RealFeel, so what really is it adjusting? 1,b) How does it tie-in with RealFeel's "MaxForceAtSteeringRack" (I'm guessing "MaxForceAtSteeringRack" is like rFactor 2's "Nominal Max Steering Torque" AKA "NMST")? 2,a) "Friction Coefficient": Negative and Half of "Damper Coefficient"? Many guides and websites state that the controller.ini's "Friction Coefficient" should be A. set to a negative value ("Damper Coefficient" stays positive), and B. set to around 50% of the value of "Damper Coefficient". Is this true? 2,b) Would this make no difference, at all, if using FFB mode "Pure"/"Low"? 3) "Force Exponent": Overall FFB Strength Output Linearity? "FFB Steer Force Exponent" in the controller.ini sounds like it's the overall FFB output linearity (like rFactor 2's "Steering Torque Sensitivity" AKA "STS"). Is this true and does this setting still apply when using RealFeel and FFB mode "Pure"/"Low"? 4) "Force Output Max": 0.0 to Truly Use "Pure" FFB? I've read from at-least two people that to truly disable all original FFB (except rumble-strip effects just in-case you race on a track which uses fake rumble strips), and therefore only use RealFeel FFB, that the controller.ini's "Steer Force Output Max" must be set to 0. Is this true? 5) "Force Input Max": Magical Value for Increased FFB Fidelity? I remember reading a ton about changing the controller.ini's "Force Input Max" from 11500 to 65535. I think there's a setting in the RealFeel.ini containing the same value which you're then supposed to change and match (65535 instead of 11500). The 65535 value apparently offers greater fidelity/depth to the FFB or something. Is this true?