Because FFB is so user centric but the core to people having a positive experience with sims and after my own struggles to get my Accuforce dialled in for some time through Beta versions as well as the Early Release to a point now of being the best I have experienced so far of all sims I have tried, this thread can be a place for all Accuforce users to check out for tips and settings to possibly have that positive experience of the FFB AMS2 has to offer. This is not meant to be the holy grail for Accuforce FFB but just a place that users can come to drop off some hints or take away some tips in the journey of AMS2 FFB. Sorry for the wall of text but I feel I have a lot of information to record that could hold answers for others that at the moment would think AMS 2 FFB is just not right. If you are not a reader just do the red stuff. There are plenty of conversations here on the forums that are discussing the pros and cons as well as highlighting just how diverse different wheels are and dialling them in can be. My success came with getting Simcommander 4 (SC4) and AMS 2 playing well together. Test Track for setup is Ibarra but any track is OK to use. I have not included a step by step for setting up the wheel in the game with button assignment etc. however ; When calibrating your wheel after the first step of turning the wheel through its maximum rotation and clicking “next” be sure to return the wheel the zero position before doing step 2. The version of SC4 at the time of writing is 184.108.40.206 but for AMS 2 there has been no change since version 220.127.116.11 Running both the Beta and Early Release versions means that I have separate install locations for both which is the first important point for success. When adding AMS 2 to SC4 it must point to your default steam executable location. Use the auto search feature to have this happen automatically. When I pointed my second install directly to the folder where the AMS2AVX.exe executable was located, the results were just terrible grainy scratching and rattling that all efforts of tuning could not remove. Next is to setup a new profile from scratch Give your new profile a name and select Automobilista 2 (Steam) as the game Next is to add the elements that make up the profile. By selecting “Output Mixer” and changing the view to summary is the cleanest look of all of the elements. Click the arrow to reveal the list of elements to choose from and choose those I show below in the profile and start with the settings I have created. You can always come back and change if you wish to experiment to change things to your liking. We need to give the wheel some basic device settings to work with. Click device settings and set up as shown. (The number of degrees of rotation can be changed but I have found that the game has handled the DOR per car within each cars setup without needing to change it here). Close the control centre and use the new profile panel to launch the game. We now need to get the game to play together with SC4. These are the settings I have ended up with after many hours of trial and error. Not necessary to change per car as these settings have been able to be used for all cars. The feeling changes with the type of car. Stock car & Super V8 nice and strong, through to the Formula Vee & Trainers light and nimble yet ready to catch the rear slides. (Each user will salt & pepper to taste) Some Additional Information There is a custom file that has been made available by Lexx in his thread. LexxVR's Friction Addiction Custom FFB for AMS2 Back to back comparison between the default file and the custom file is easily done by installing Lexx’s file and changing the type in the game to custom. Lexx’s has specific in games settings he provides with the custom file that starts out with a much lighter feeling than the default. I was unable to match the sense of feeling the default file gave me even after changing the ingame settings through hundreds of combinations after starting with Lexx’s default settings but it is a good experiment that expands the sense of feelings that AMS 2 makes available. Please others join in with their experiences.I will treat this thread as a living thread and update it as the game develops along with others I hope. Try the shifter Karts they are a blast to drive.