I meant a stiffer turning reaction, with less suspension movement and tire flex, less sideways nuance, more like a brick. What I don't understand is that it didn't feel like that the following day. Now it's fine again. Raceroom had changed my wheel's rotation (I hadn't played RR in a long time), and I did a full reboot.Can you help me understand what you mean by "making it feel more like rFactor"?
If you'd said "making it feel more like AMS1", I could have reasonably suspected that you were referring to Reiza's particular way to do FFB?
I'm not quite sure what to make of your "to its full potential" comment. Is it related to driving feel? AI behaviour? Racing Rules? Wet weather? Snow? Day->Night->Day transitions? Multiplayer? Sound? Graphics? Something I haven't thought of?
Inquiring minds would like to know.
P.S. If your argument/opinion is "I don't much care for the direction of AMS2" then OK. Horses for courses and all that.
The full potential is the detailed physics and contact patch, as opposed to the primitive simple model that people are used to. I've seen the Ian Bell Derangement Syndrome in action here, but Reiza seems to be moving forward, not backward nevertheless.