This doesn´t really make sense, not least as the damping function is zeroed by default so effectively the same as it was before. Now it may be that FFB took a turn for the worse for your preferences or your wheel around that time, but in the case of the damper function that would seem like correlation rather than causation. For the record, I have 3 rigs set up here, one with a G25, another a TGT and the Podium DD1 and the FFB has never been better accross the board. Mileage may and does vary depending on personal preferences and custom profiles are out there for those looking for different things, but either way there has not been a huge change in FFB in recent months, only minor adjustments. Happy to help you investigate this further - I understand it can be frustrating, but you´re not gonna solve the problem by assuming it is some widespread issue when it isn´t. There is no recent direct poll that I know of, but devs can usually interpolate it by the average of active players vs multiplayer activity. Consensus a few years ago is that there was roughly a 80% / 20% split in favour or users who were primarily singler players vs active online racers. The trend since however has seen a shift in the other direction, and I´d guess we are close to a 50% / 50% split these days. It´s worth considering that while the sim racing community is fairly niche, it´s also not so small that it can be fully represented by some prolific forum posters and sim racing youtubers who do tend to focus more on the Multiplayer side of things. A lot of people just like to chill after a long day with some practice laps or a short race against the AI in their sim of choice, and enjoy sim racing for the experience and immersion more than they do for its competitive side - a lot of those enjoy AMS2 for that reason, and many of our users tend to just stick with running AMS2 Beta because they don´t care about multiplayer. We would like to do a good job for all of types of users - no reason to limit your reach when the thick of the hard work is already done - but one should avoid the common mistake of assuming their personal taste is everyone´s. People like different things for different reasons, and we should all try respect that.