Hi. I have a T300 Ferrari Alcantara + DSD Short Throw Sequential Shifter with a custom desk clamp + Fanatec Clubsport v3 pedals. I play simulators occasionally, at night when I arrive home or during weekends. The rest of the time, I use the same desk for normal computer use. The idea of a full cockpit is not for me, because I don't have enough room. However, my desk is large (more than 2 m x 1 m), so I have the steering wheel and the shifter already installed but moved all the way to the left. Same with the pedals, but on the floor. When I want to play, I move them to the center of the desk. I also bring my 42" TV forward, closer to me, for better immersion. The problem I've have so far is the chair and the pedals moving. That's why I've bought a Sparco Pro 2000 replica seat (and 4 bass shakers!). I've already been doing some tests with height and driving position. My idea is to make one stand for the seat and one for the pedals, using MDF. Both will be independent, but will be connected thanks to the extended sides of the pedal base. Manual screws will prevent both the pedals or the seat from moving or raising. I will also be using several holes so that the pedals can be installed closer or forward (my kids will also want to play). However, I'm not very sure about my idea. Will the attachment be firm? Will the installation and uninstallation be fast and easy as I presume? Do you have any better idea? As regard the attachment I've also considered using that kind of squared metal tubes that insert one into the other, but working with iron is more difficult for me.