I have to say that AMS et R3E are the best for editing the cameras, even if it needs to set them off the game, and to launch the game hundred of times to have the perfect camera setting. You can see that AMS has the famous ClipPlanes setting that can remove all the bad flickering objects and shadows issues. And you can place the camera in all the way you want. With the default cockpit settings, in rFactor 2 or AMS, the yellow crane is flickering, I have edited the ClipPlanes setting and I have the pure and perfect graphics without any flickering. And I have reworked all the camera orientation and placement to my immersion preference. I can so much enjoy AMS. rFactor2: The official content has not the possibility to edit the ClipPlanes setting, it's very sad, but with the headtiltplugin you will be able to trick the game to remove the flickering and shadows issues (bonnet cam with a good ClipPlanes setting then adjust the position).... Raceroom: It's like AMS. Project cars 2: There's a free cam, but it doesn't save the camera, and you can't adjust the ClipPlanes setting. The ClipPlanes settings is the most important for me (it can remove all the shadows issues and the flickering) with the camera orientation and placement. What about AMS 2 ? Will it be a downgrade for the camera setting ?