I've had the Logitech Driving GT steering wheel and pedal-set now for about a week and so far it's been a diamond buy!
The wheel is designed well, has a realistic feel to it and offers only what driving game fanatics would call a dream.
On startup, the GT symbol will light up several times and flash in ambience notifying you that it is there, all and well, it's starting up and wants to be used, it also spins round left to right testing the center of the wheel and calibrating ready for you once your system has loaded up which I find loud yet interesting and sensible of Logitech to include such a feature.
It includes 'F1 style' gearshifters, as well as a right-handed semi-automatic gear lever which is great but does originally take a tiny bit of a nudge to gear down or up but at least it's not loose and does so at its own will, not just that but excellent force feedback compatible with most recent and popular games so going off-road, crashing into opponents and walls for that matter gets better yet rather saddening for your time trial lap times.
The grip is comfortable, effective and looks the part and the pedal-set is great too with the brake pedal being more 'heavier' than the accelerator, making it even more realistic although the spacing between them both could of been a little more reasonable as you do end up touching both pedals sometimes.
Being USB and mains power supplied, it's easy to get out of the box, power-up into the mains and plug into your USB slot and your PC should recognise it straight away and your almost ready to drive away on your favourite games.
You will need to install the 'Logitech Game Software' or 'Logitech Profiler' to completely calibrate the steering wheel and ofcourse have to ability to change settings like feedback, centering, sensitivity, dead zones and create settings for individual games you have installed.
One glitch with this stunning gadget for your PC/PS2/PS3 is initially when you load up any game and the wheel doesn't move, I had a problem with this for days until I got assistance that proved my ignorance did exist.
You will need to change auto-centering off or lower it less than 100% in your settings before your wheel will actually move anywhere proving it quite an irritating fact when you think you'll be playing in no time, unless ofcourse you know this and then it doesn't matter.
Compatibility stretches far and wide and will work will nearly every game once you get past the previous problem I had stated above and definetly improves the excitement, realism and enjoyment of driving in your favourite cars on your favourite games.
It's an epic design for an epic era of PC/PS2/PS3 gaming and the bonuses just got better thanks to this great wheel leading the competition in it's pricetag and quality.