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As of yesterday I am the proud new owner of a CLS-E II yoke!! Plugged it in, ran PSX, calibrated the CLS-E II and hey presto: BIG BIG grin on my face!!! I haven’t got a clue how to set it up so it’s nowhere near being ready to simulate realistic movement but even in that state it was a joy to use. It’s just buttery smooth – my days of flying the 747 with the TM HOTAS joystick with my left hand are over!!!

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