If they're bad, keep off those, too. You see pro drivers avoiding certain curbs all the time in real-life racing. Besides, as I understand it, about the only thing you can do, really, is to soften up the FFB--but then you're likely to complain about not having any feeling in the wheel. Since the FFB is being simulated, there's not much that ISI can do. Have you tried messing with your settings in Logitech Profiler or increasing the filtering in config.ini (or is it player.plr--I forget and I don't have it in front of me)? My G25 "broke" from the rumbling from the first release, but it was a pretty simple fix. Literally, all you need is a couple of screwdrivers and some superglue. Now that I know how easy it is to repair, I'm really not too worried about the shaking, myself--I'd rather have the precision of FFB. But hey, if you're not willing to make those relatively simple concessions, don't be surprised if your cries fall on deaf ears.