I'm current running an TS-PC racer and pretty satisfied but looking more and more to upgrading to an direct drive wheel. There is mainly two things I would like to be improved, the force seems to be on the limit (or over) sometimes, and when fast switching load you do noticed the belt mechanism, even if very little. Another thing I don't like with my current wheel is the smal "bumps" when playing slow steering sims like ETS2 and ATS (when racing it is not an issue but you can note it on the straights). (OK an DD wheel is way over the top for that type of sim but would that improve, it sure is an plus What I do on the other hand like is the simplicity, that in general the wheel needs little to no FFB tuning. What I have been looking at is either an OSW wheel like this one: https://www.simracingcoach.com/en/contenido/kit-augury-osw/ Or very soon to be released, the Accuforce pro v2: http://simxperience.com/products/accessories/accuforcesteering/accuforcepro.aspx Both seems to be in about the same price range (with a wheel) I tried to find some pro an con from my point of view, but if you are an user of any of the wheels I really would like some comments OSW + high resolution industrial servo motor = little know about supplier, but have high reviews = pedals plugs in controller? - low volume, the OSW solutions seems to have an wide range of quality - little known about software, seems a bit more tricky AF + software seems to be top notch and easy to use + looks great, more of an commercial package + everybody seems satisfied with the support + on supplied wheel, no external cables = stepper/servo hybrid, still low speed smooth? - pedals need external converter - not yet released so no reviews available I'm leaning towards the new AF and I'm sure both will be an excellent choice, but if you have any comment, good or bad experience, please share.