Note: Does work with PC! I didn't see this stated anywhere before my purchase, but it was good to find out. If I could give this wheel a 9/10 I would, but given the star system I think one off is best. The quick version? This is the best cheap wheel on the market.
-Slightly rubberized wheel has a really good, grippy feel. Never had an issue.
-Button placement is mostly excellent, the d-pad and XABY buttons are easy to access without taking your eyes off the road. There thumb buttons for LSB and RSB (on a controller, clicking the sticks) are a nice touch. The only controller function this wheel can't do is the Controller's right stick movement, and almost no games use that feature. Having the guide button as a horn is a nice touch, too. (Paddle shifters double as shoulder buttons in most games)
-That "mostly excellent" on the button placement? Right next to the thumb buttons are extra buttons for LT and RT (left trigger, right trigger). That means trying to click the left thumb button and accidentally jabbing the button below it suddenly applies 100% brake pedal- and given that you're using your thumbs, that's an easy mistake to make. The LT and RT buttons are just dumb, the pedals do just fine.
-The steering wheel has a definite dead zone. Rotating several degrees right of left gives absolutely no reading, and moving past that zone jumps the input to the where it should be. Virtually all games using wheels have an internal dead zone setting, so there's no reason to build one into the wheel. This is most likely just the result of a cheap sensor. The wheel still works, but will always feel a bit cheap due to this lack of precision, and your car will be twitchy at high speed since you can't make fine corrections.
-The wheel only rotates 360 degrees from left-to-right (well, more like 340). That's pretty close to realistic for F1 and other racing with lots of right-to-left movement, but it's incredibly twitchy for oval racing like NASCAR, where you can make full use of a 900 degree wheel. This is still better than using a controller, but if you're serious about your sims, you'll eventually need more.
-Lacks a clutch pedal (brakes and gas only). Pedals are also very light, and slide around unless you secure them.
-The Microsoft Wireless Wheel (discontinued) may still be the king. The Hori wheel may work a little better, but doesn't have force feedback and isn't as sturdy.
-The Microsoft Wireless Speed Wheel (motion-sensing) works about as well as the Hori, but has a severe lack of buttons and uses triggers instead of pedals. Where the speed wheel is just a toy, the Hori is the real deal.
-MadCatz has become a joke. Their wheels are cheap plastic junk. Avoid.
So there you have it. This is simply the best cheap 360 wheel you can buy, and it works for PC as well. The only way to do better is to find a used Microsoft wheel (and hope it's not worn out) or pony up for a Fanatec (at ten times the price, or more).