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    Those little pastic clip on triggers for the L2/R2 buttons are fab. They make the controller much more comfortable to hold, and the triggers themselves easier to use without your finger slipping off (ties in with 'more comfortable to hold', as you don't have to change your grip to STOP your fingers slipping off). 2 quid a pair too. Worth it.

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    linky?

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    Oh, that's totally different than I imagined! Might be worth looking into. Thanks for the link!

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    Fingers slipping off is not my issue it's how much I need to push the button in to make sure whatever I'm trying to do actually happens.

    I may change the config when HD comes out, I recall it felt so strange when using the airbrakes via L2 R2 I didn't really like it.

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    I was hoping for a analogue response to the R2/L2 breaks. You know the more you pressed, the harder the breaks would work etc. Shame that is not the case.

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    That's the case for acceleration. So you could still set accelerate to L2/R2 if you prefer that. A lot of racing games have that.

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    AFAIK the R2/L2 brakes do break soft if you press slightly and hard if you press all the way down. I just don't like that, that's why I'll go for R1/L1.

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    Ah thanks for clearing that up, that sounds really dandy for me actually. But as you have mentioned, it might not work as good as it sounds.

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    Does somebody get and use DS3 since its retailed? if so, is there any matter to use it instead of sisaxis controller with WOHD? (actually, what's the best to use to control and handle WOHD)

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