So as much as I understood, most say, install the brake performance kit and you don't need the damper kit at all, it's a cheaper and a better solution. However, I have encountered very few, but nevertheless few sources which mentioned combining the damper kit with the brake performance kit (mentioning the factor of realisim). Now before buying the pedals with any of the kits - here are all of my current questions to those with experience which hopefully will be useful to others in the future as well: 1) Are there any benefits of installing both - the damper kit and the brake performance kit? 2) Will the combo above provide more realistic feel to just the brake performance kit alone? 3) If not possible to install both - does the damper kit alone provide a more realistic feel, while the brake performance kit alone a better braking performance/consistency in games? 4) Can the brake stiffness and/or travel on the brake pedal still be dynamically adjusted with the adjuster (which doesn't require any disassembly) on the brake pedal after having installed one of or both of the brake pedal kits? If only with one, which one? 5) If connected to a Fanatec wheelbase the brake sensitivity is supposed to be digitally adjustable from the wheel. What is this supposed to do and how is this different from the adjuster in question 4? And does this still work when having installed one of the or both performance kits? Hopefully somebody can explain these things to us.