It was suggested that I created a dedicated thread for this build so it wouldn't be buried in another thread and because it might be of use to others. I had a few goals with this build. Mobility. I needed to be able to roll it into the corner of my room when not in use or into a storage room if it needed to be out of the way. Quick setup. I didn't use my last rig very much because it was a pain to setup. Support a Motion System Support Tactile feedback Support both Driving and Flying Rigid to support any hardware I might want to use in the future. Starting Point A little over a year ago I built the following using a WheelStand Pro and a passenger seat out of a wrecked 2006 Volkswagon Passat. I highly recommend this seat. It's fully manual with height adjustment, recline and lumbar support. It's attached to the car with only 4 bolts and has solid flat slides. It weighs 45lbs with the slides. I only had to cut off one metal peg under the right track with my Dremel cuttoff disk. I picked the passenger seat because it was less worn than the drivers seat, but the passenger seat having the slides offset to the right worked well later on. The seat was shared between these two rigs. Fully lowered the seat was more reclined and worked well for driving and in the highest position the seat base is more level providing a better position for flying. The flight rig side of this worked well, and I logged many hours in Eve Valkyrie using this, but the driving side was hard to move, hard to setup and not nearly rigid enough. I got tired of having my shifter moving around and being able to pull my wheel out of position and losing FFB detail to an unstable mount.