I've been through 3 T500s and all of them have had faulty, first one just stopped working, second one made some crazy clicky noise as I turned it and the third one when I pressed the accelerator down 100% it would slowly fall to around 60%..... I also don't like how their pedals have no feel, no progression and on the T500 they make this massive clang, was it so hard to put rubber in there to stop that? Then I have to add how my rubber rims came scuffed and one of them had mad scratches on the plastic casing of the base. So I got a T300 since it was on sale for only £190 when it is usually £250+ and the pedals are ****... ok whatever but then the wheel just starting smoking, making a loud noise and stopped doing anything. I do a lot of track days and thought getting a wheel would be great for just going round the local tracks since you really don't get that long to learn them for your money in real life. However I think I'll just save my money and use a controller :\ These wheels are ****, I used to work at a company once who did stage lighting and we had a guy who wouldn't test anything and send it out. Literally it was one person... I bet Thrustmaster hired him after I got that lazy twat fired and took his job. I have zero tolerance for poor build quality and that sums this company up.