GDN writes: "Race car aficionados typically don't have many options when it comes to higher precision control in video games. You are left with the default game pad or purchasing an expensive steering wheel that can range between $100 to $200. That is, if you want a decent one that'll actually last you a while. Now imagine wanting to get a second one for another player. That's a pretty expensive investment for a device that will only work with a limited number of games."