bmanic: 1) Make absolutely sure you have FFB Strength, in the control preferences, of your wheel preset set to 100. 2) Make absolutely sure FFB damping, in the same menu, right below the FFB Strength, is set to zero. 3) Then if your wheel is too strong or too light, control the amount of FFB you'd want from the actual driver of your wheel. If it's a fanatec wheel, control it from the wheel.. if it's logitech or thrustmaster, control it from their own settings. For best linearity on most T500/Tx/T300 based wheels you set it to around 70%, perhaps even 75%. For logitech wheels it differs a bit.. my DFGT measured it's most linear at 92% strength and a friends G27 at 98%. For instance Thrustmaster wheels default to 75 strength and 25 damping which is completely and utterly idiotic. You lose a quarter of your wheels dynamic range and get unnecessary filtering/damping on the wheel. _______________ Of Course, to do this on the xbox, you will have to hook your Thrustmaster wheel up to a Windows PC via USB port.