A friend is giving up on sim racing and dropped off his wheel. Originally I had thought to give the wheel to a local kid that just got into racing but is using a joystick. That was before I opened the box and found a G25 in working order! [wheels turning] So in checking it out I find that the brake pedal has a much much better feel than my DFGT and [gears spinning] I think, "This might be nice for right foot braking", as the DFGT pedal has to move quite a bit to get modulation out of the pedal. I've been using a left foot brake since forever with sim's. This is going to be tough but I would like to think that once I get used to it, my driving might get better. It also looks like the larger paddles might make it easier on the arthritis I have in my left hand. which pains me at times but doesn't make me stop driving. I expect to be a bit slower while I get into tweaking the system, a=getting used to the brake and shifter and what seems to be a new world of FFB. Jeez, I think it actually has more button functions than the DFGT if you use paddles, I'll have to be assigning those to pitstop functions, that's really going to tax my memory. Yeah, better expect to see me doing stupid things on track for a while. You got it, if it works out, the kid gets the DFGT!