Despite the fact, that I don't think that setting up the graphics and your controlls is part of the issue as you have to do that in any sim, it's quite clear that the UI and the CS are in an early testing state. I am 100 % sure that they won't offer different CS servers for different releases forever. And once stuff like stats pages, SR and rankings are added, people will see more reason to use it. That said, you are right in the sense that getting into the sim and on track needs to work smoother and faster. What I also think that needs to be looked at is to make the entry to the CS more attractive on the entry level. This means a nice bunch of free tracks that are all up to current standards and a free car with top notch quality in the range of the MX5, wich isn't too hard to drive but easy to relate to and offers good racing. I explained it before but the reason why iRacing is that successfull is that people know that they will have an MX5 race every hour with content that they don't have to pay for. It works great as a teaser and I think that there is alot of potential for S397 in that area to teaser the premium content with nice stock content. The website maybe needs a life feed of what races are running and there needs to be a clear schedule at one point. I would tune in more often if I knew that there is a race every hour with a car that I am used to. What's also missing so far is the practice mode and qualy before the races, that you have in iRacing. If they don't work on those things it will certainly be difficult to fill the system with drivers.