does anyone know how many ppr/cpr the Podium will feature? or do they hold back this information? To have an idea what's the range with modern wheels: Thrustmaster T300, TS-PC etc is talking about 65.536 values, but doesn't state if this number is for 1 revolution or the whole 1080°. My guess is that it gives 65536 vaules for the whole steering range so it would be 21.845 cpr I find no information about this on the Fanatec website, but they also use HALL sensors, the CSW2.5 uses two of them. So you could say it's in the same region like the Thrustmaster wheels. Logitech G29 / G920 same. Leo Bodnar Simsteering 2 has 2.000.000 cpr if I remember correctly Accuforce Pro V2 has 64.000 cpr Newest OSW Simucube builds have 4.200.000 cpr So where's the Podium? According to testers it has really low cogging, they also compared it to a Simucube, but it was not stated which encoder the Simucube used. My guess is that it used the SinCos encoder with 2.000.000 cpr (like the Bodnar one), because the new Biss-C encoder with 4.200.000 cpr is only used in the newest build for a few months. Since cogging depends on the anchor and the number of magnets in the motor itself, it's a hardware related thing and I don't know how much a high resolution encoder compensates this cogging effect. The Simucube Small MiGE also should be less prone to cogging than the Large MiGE, since they both have same anchor and number of magnets but the Small MiGE having them on a smaller diameter. I read many reports of people saying that cogging gets less when changing to a better encoder, but since I only used the 4.2mil Biss-C encoder I have no comparison myself. But I don't feel any cogging so I don't really have to care in the end.