Hi all, I'm just thinking of getting in to the tactile game (mainly for Assetto Corsa PC at the moment), but I pretty much lack any knowledge of speakers/amplifiers besides how to plug 'em together. My thanks to Mr Latte for all his helpful posts on here. I think I've started to get a picture of the general lay-of-the-land. Just wanted to ask people's thoughts on where I'm currently at, before I take the plunge and actually buy the kit. I'm currently looking to start out by bolting a single transducer to my office chair, but with a view to probably expanding that out eventually - with a basic/cheap racing frame/chair... at which point I might look at mounting an additional transducer to the pedals. I get the feeling the Buttkicker Gamer 2 transducer/amp set might be worth me skipping over... given the hints I've seen about the reliability of the amp, and the bottoming-out issue. I'm figuring my ideal first step might be to go straight for the Behringer NU3000DSP, and grab either a single Advance or an LFE... leaving myself open to add a second one later on. What are people's thoughts on the relative value of the Advance vs. the LFE? The difference in price in the UK seems fairly small (£240 to £315 - maybe as low as £290 if I order from the EU). Does the Advance have more finesse over the LFE, or is it simply a case of bigger-is-better? (ie, does the Advance represent a nice middle-ground of raw-power-vs-responsiveness or something like that?). Based on specs alone, it looks like it'd be worth just throwing in the extra £50-70 to get the LFE, but I've no doubt specs aren't the whole picture. I'm picturing maybe going for the Advance to begin with, then later grabbing an LFE, and moving the Advance to the pedals. Would there be a benefit to having one of each? Like, having finer effects sent to the Advance, and lower frequency, heavy effects sent to the LFE? Does this all sound like a reasonable sort-of-future-proof plan? Does it sound like overkill for a simple setup?