Actually, I think Fanatec has missed a trick by not offering a wheel and pedals set for the budget/starter end of the market, arguably the most sizable sector of what is a niche market anyway. Let's face it, many people new to sim racing are not willing/unable to spend £hundreds on a first wheel setup. Fanatec hasn't catered for this market which is a mistake in my opinion. My first decent wheel was the Logitech Driving Force GT which offered amazing value for what was a very solid, well built wheel with strong FFB. At £80 new it was a steal and was the wheel that got me interested in sim racing and led me on to higher-end Fanatec products. If Fanatec could produce and sell a basic yet solid wheel and pedals set in the £100-200 price bracket they would generate more sales and get more people interested in the brand. Forget the Xbox, just offer a good value USB wheel for PC, PS3 and PS4. Generally I think Fanatec's products are a little overpriced (and postage costs are far too high) and build quality can be sketchy. However as the owner of a CSR wheel and Clubsport V2 pedals I have little to complain about. Apart from a couple of minor niggles both products have worked well. Perhaps I've been one of the lucky ones.