So I got myself a T300RS with T3PA pedals and after some initial difficulties, I am able to run laps again without greeting walls. Getting the whole sequence down took some practice, but it feels totally awesome to heal and toe and I have been murdering the tires on the Formula Vintage for the past couple of days. The thing is, I am not sure I am really down-shifting in optimal manner. I notices that I need to plan my shifts more carefully now with the clutch before each corner, so I am basically re-learning the tracks and braking points. I did notice I am faster, but I would like to know how much really do I need to blip the throttle. Do you guys watch the rev counter and clutch at the optimal revs or something, do you watch how hight the revs go? I also noticed that when blipping I tend to push the brake pedal more and sometimes less (my foot kind of wobbles) - is that something I can work on also? Any tips on technique would be welcome. Also, I noticed that AMS models clutch crawl properly! How awesome is that?