As someone who owns and uses both systems (AccuForce and OSW-SimuCube), each has their own advantages. What some see as a negative (SimCommander complexity), others see as a positive (SimCommander versatility). Both systems are very capable but, I do feel that the AccuForce gets something of a bad-rep that is undeserved due to it's stepper-motor. With a good tune, the AccuForce can be very smooth but, some find the tuning process too tedious for their liking. It doesn't have to be complex; it's just a matter of focusing on the fundamental FFB settings - just like any other wheel. Then there's the Auto-tune feature that can get you close to optimal settings with some additional smoothing needed for those that prefer that glorious "rubber tire" feel that DD-wheels do so well. The SimuCube system does provide slightly improved definition and more punch in general but, those differences are not enough for me to say which is the clear winner but, I understand that others may feel differently. Back to back comparisons between the two systems will reveal noticeable differences but, most of those differences become a non-issue in actual use because we adapt to the hardware and feedback over time anyway. In truth, the AccuForce and the OSW can be tuned in similar ways with similar results up the point where shear torque takes over but, few players are likely to use all of it because there is a natural limit where too much torque negatively affects our ability to drive effectively. Of course, that limit varies for each user but, the average user is not likely to need 100% torque of either system imo. I love both of these DD-systems but, when using the OSW, I really miss having the SimCommander tuning options; especially with titles like iRacing, Dirt Rally (1&2). If SimXperience ever offers a DD-wheel using a more robust servo-motor, I would switch from the OSW in a heartbeat because the bump in fidelity (servo-motor) combined with SimCommander versatility would be the ultimate DD-system for me. At the price-point of the AccuForce, it's an excellent choice for those that can buy without incurring high shipping and/or VAT. Otherwise, another DD may make more sense depending on region.