The new Force Feedback with the Accuforce V2 wheelbase is... well... not good. Not good at all. At first I was loving it while driving the DTM 95 Merc. Felt very good except for one thing. The steering had a slight grainyness to it. feels like a rumble strip kerb when you turn the wheel on smooth pavement. It gets more pronounced as you turn in. All in all not bad in this car. Took the 92 DTM M3 for a spin and same impressions. I can live with this. However, after seeing some other Accuforce users share their experiences via discord I decided to do some more testing. Hopped in the FRJr next. The grainy feel is much worse in this car. It's annoying. Again, imagine a rumble strip feeling with every turn of the wheel. Took out the C7 GT3. Even worse. Almost unbearable. It's like the whole circuit is a rumble kerb. I removed all smoothing via the wheelbase as suggested. I'm not using Sim Commander to add any canned effects. I'm running only game FFB. Here are my game settings. FFB Strength = 100 FFB Linearity = 100 FFB Min Force = 0 FFB Max Force 85 Stationary Friction = 50 Engine Vibrations = 15 Bump Amp = 0 Gearshift Effects = 7 Gamepad rumble is off Increasing Bump Amp makes this problem worse. I also attempted to smooth this out with Sim Commander but had to max out the smoothing effect to remove it. Obviously, this numbed every other effect and was not fun to drive. So my questions are: 1.) Did the devs test the new FFB with an Accuforce base? 2.) Is this Accuforce not interpreting the forces correctly? 3.) What's going to be done to correct this? I really don't want to have to sell my 1-month old wheelbase and 2 wheels I've invested a boatload of coin on.