Great to see support for legacy hardware on the new consoles. So much bs around older peripherals not being compatible. I wonder if PCars is going to do a similar deal with Thrustmaster? Or if Thrustmaster even wants that...they've already got a next-gen lineup of product and would prefer more sales. Speaking of, I just wanted to remind the TX lovers that it had a horrendous launch. All the delays did not lead to a better product as numerous issues and customer reported failures went on for months...I was tracking all the threads and reviews each week. In the end it deterred me from buying it with an XB1 and Forza 5, making it the first time I did not buy Forza at launch. Now I think I may be better off as the best of the Forza franchise seems to be in the past. Anyways, its good to hear the problems are fixed for the TX, and that Thrustmaster had to drop the price by $100 to gain back consumer interest.