I'd say its an appropriate question. Me personally, I've done 2 rally days here in the UK, one of which I got the best time out of. It was an interesting experience, I felt like my playing D3 for ages helped me out on the day but I also learn't stuff on the day which I then applied to DR and DR2.0 later on when they came out. By doing this, I got to know what a RWD should feel like and handle. The rest of my feedback regarding the handling has been the feel of the cars compared to how the IRL cars look in video. This may not be the best way of giving feedback but its the only way I have (well except driving everyday IRL lol). I've always been quite a stickler for realistic car movement in films as well, I've always loved the way a car can move either in a straight line or sideways, I actually find it quite beautiful in a heavy metal way. This is why I really want it to be right, that and feeling awesome when I drive as well. That's where the line between real and fun can be blurred with our feedback and our lack of IRL experience in comparison to Jon.