I'm aware that the 3 USB controller limit is something inherited from rFactor's gmotor engine but I wanted to ask Reiza if this is at all able to be increased given Reiza's track record of getting the most out of this engine in every way possible. I understand there are workarounds like xpadder, hell I even suggested it myself to people asking about how to get more than 3 controllers working in rFactor but there is a catch with this which is that not only is the limit 3 controllers, it's also the "first" 3 controllers detected and listed in game devices which are used. This means that if you are unfortunate enough to have the list ordered in a way that either your pedals of wheel are below the number 3 position you're in trouble. Some USB devices also seem to be dead set on being in a certain position in the list, I personally have the following devices: T500 Wheel CST Pedals TH8RS Shifter Frex Sequential Shifter DSD Button Box. The button box for example always wants to be on top no matter what after booting up the pc, the Frex shifter also wants to be in position 2 or 3, now I can work around this by opening the device manager and uninstall the USB device in device manager, then simply replug the button box and it will then reinstall itself as the last device appear at the bottom of the list, then use xpadder and all good I can have my button box available in GSC. Sure works every time but this is a real pain and I need to do this every single time after booting my PC. It's very unclear as to why this happens as on my previous hardware I was lucky enough to have the order be fine to not worry about it ever but on my newly rebuilt PC it just won't stick to the order I want. So it's more of an open question/feedback to Reiza being one of those things that plagues us simracers and I can't possibly imagine being the only one. The 3 controller limit trivial as it may sound would be extremely convenient if it could at all be increased for us multiple device hungry simracers. Other than that, love your work. Thank you.