Since Automobilista is coming out and I am spending more and more time on Dirt Rally, I have decided to buy or build an e-brake. Right now, since I drive mostly vintage cars in DR, I am using my left paddle as on/off switch for my e-brake. I also have a Thrustmaster RS500 H-patern/sequential & e-brake, but switching all the time is a pain and it would prevent me from using the H-pattern shifter. Plus, while adequate is a fr cry from having a real dedicated e-brake. Question 1: I thought I saw a stand alone e-brake for around $100 but now I can't find it anymore. Anyone has any info on this? Otherwise, what's the best, affordable e-brake currently available? Question 2: I have a DSD button box that seems to have at least 4 analog i/o built in. At least I can see them in the x-padder screens. It shows the name of the box being GP-Wiz40 and it has X,Y,Z,RX analog inputs that are not used. I saw on eBay some e-brakes for around $40 to $100 (if I recall correctly). I wonder how difficult it would be to re-purpose one of them and connect it to the button box. I remember asking Spear a long time ago about these analog inputs but he never replied. Yet, they must be there. If anyone has any plans or even informed opinions (as opposed to "I use a button on my G27 and that's good enough for me") I'd appreciate it. I am getting back into the hobby after a fairly long hiatus due to my wife's health, so I have been out of touch for a bit. Thank you. Edit: I forgot to add that I have an Obutto rig. I could use some tips on mounting an e-brake on the Obutto. Right now I have a plywood shelf that rotates on one of the side support, so when I need to use my H-pattern shifter, I loosen up this board, rotate it and clamp it down. When I want to use my DSD sequential (as opposed to taking apart my RS500 shifter) I rotate it back and clamp it. Works well, but adding an e-brake, especially considering I'd like to have it in both configurations, may be tricky. I'd like to see how others have tackled this problem.