Good evening! I've been playing around in rFactor2 for a few hours now, even attempted - after watching an the instruction video about it - to learn how to drive the Skip Barber properly around Lime Rock Park. The thing is, I don't really feel what the car is doing. I'm watching a lot of videos about rFactor2 racing and been reading about how good and detailed the FFB in this Sim is, like Empty Box talking about how he can feel the tires and suspension load up into a corner and then let go when hes over the grip limit. I'm still playing GTR2 and GTL, also Stock Car Extreme, Formula Truck and Assetto Corsa, and in all those, I feel a lot more connected to the ground compared to rFactor2. Especially the Skippy for me feels a lot like driving on Ice. Under braking for example, I have no idea if the rear is going to go past me, or if I'm about to lock up. Now, I know that there is some tweaking involved to get the most out of the effects here. I've worked through the fantastic guide by DrR1pper, changed the settings according to Wheel Check, and it did get better but still not what I hear people talking about. I am still using my trusty old G25, and I have also read a lot about how the old Logitech wheels just have quite weak motors. Although I do have an eye on the Fanatec CSW V2, buying another wheel is not an option at the moment. So, the question is, is there anything more I can do to get a better feel for the car? What I have done is, set the overall effects strength in the profiler to 90% as it is the most linear according to Wheel check. The Min Force is at 7.5%, as thats the point the wheel stops oscillating when moving the car slowly. The ingame car specific FFB mulitplier I've cranked up to where on the Pedal Overlay Plugin, it gets close to the top but does not go into red through a fast corner. For the Skippy, it is around 1.2. Smoothing is at 5, and that's already a lot of rattling over curbs and when flatspotted. I'm not very confident around the .json files, but maybe there is something in there that could help? Any tips would be greatly appreciated.