Joined on 06/28/10
Pros: I'm not sure that I can give this a fair review since I really only wanted the base and have no intention of using the pedals. Also, I ordered the leather add-on wheel so had no intention of using the stock wheel but when I ran the leather one for a few minutes I really missed the large 320mm custom rim from my modified G27. So, I took apart the stock rim and fit my larger rim on it even though I couldn't really reach the buttons anymore and probably not the paddle shifters but since I run primarily oval and I kept my G27 shifter I can always switch back to the smaller leather wheel when needed for road courses. Ok, with the explanation and disclaimers aside, I can tell you that the force feedback and overall feel of the wheel base is leagues beyond the G27 in comfort, smoothness and ability to recover from a slide due to reverse force (it feels like it's trying to help you counter-steer out of a spin). Don't get me wrong, my G27 has served flawlessly and faithfully for over 5 years now but moving to the T300 is like going from a Chevy Cavalier to a Cadillac. Pros: Smooth Slide assist? Solid base with good clamping Interchangeable wheels
Cons: Small stock wheel No large wheel offerings from TM unless you buy the entire Ferarri Alcantara kit (unless you need the pedals it seemed wasteful)
Overall Review: Overall, I would recommend this to others (and have), especially due to the sale at the time of purchase ($100 off) I only race using iRacing so I can't speak to the effectiveness of the wheel with any other games/sims, but with iRacing it feels fantastic!
Pros: Neat sequential pulsing glow between sticks
Cons: Fell apart taking it out of the box - one of the metal shields just plain fell off when removing from package (no, I didn't pry them out of the plastic) Only pulses blue
Overall Review: Items work as intended, not much more to say.
Pros: Need MASSIVE airflow? This is the beast to do it. For maximum non-water cooling applications, these likely rank near the top.
Cons: No cons, but if I had to nitpick I would point out that they are pretty thick and might not fit in all areas.
Overall Review: LOUD, but you get what you pay for in airflow specs. Hooked up to a proper fan controller, they can run at low speeds and still push a ton of air, but have that extra oomph when needed.