Yup. We need more data. Kinda goes both ways. The CSW BMW seems like it's better at quick changes of direction, and pretty consistent in how much it moves with a given FFB input. The T500 is quicker from a standstill, and has a higher top speed, but not as twitchy. With only that data, I can't really call one better than the other, just different. I'd need to test both. Yup, and it looks like the CSW is better at those, especially with the F1 wheel. For a drifter that needs the wheel to spin itself quickly over a long distance the T500 might be better though... If you do, sell me the other one for cheap. =) From what I can see the best wheel is actually a toss up between the CSR E and the CSW. The CSW is better with the F1 rim, but the CSR E is better if you want a full rim (strictly from an FFB point of view). If they release a lighter full wheel rim for the CSW and do something about the internal friction (or whatever is causing the sluggishness compared to the CSR E... Hey, it could be belt tension or some other wonky setting) it'll trump the CSR E in everything but price and Xbox compatibility. Vice versa if they release an F1 rim for the CSR E it'll most likely beat the CSW in everything but the quick release and button possibilities (since it won't go above the amount of console controls). Looking at the price difference and seeing how the CSW is slower, way more expensive and has more internal friction than the CSR E I know what I'm aiming for. The promise of additional buttons doesn't mean anything to me (I've used a G25 with just two darn buttons on the wheel for years) and I have no inclination towards constantly changing wheel rims. If some people think those are intriguing benefits then they should get the CSW.