As you some of you may know, I managed to upset a number of members on the Plasma forum by indicating I thought computer games were childish. However, never let it be said that I have a closed mind and am not willing to try something new. With this in mind my neighbours lad brought round Colin McRae Rally 2.0 for PC last night. I already had a joystick Saitek ST330 Rumble Force I know nothing about this joystick other than it came with my PC so have no idea whether it is good bad or indifferent. However, I do know that after loading the game and trying it out for an hour I was absolutely drained and ended up with a banging headache. I simply cannot go beyond 15 miles an hour without slewing off the course, and even then it is difficult to keep the car in a straight line (we are talking Novice Level here). Is this usual, or do you think the problem lies with either me or the joystick. There appears to be no feel with the joystick and the slightest touch makes the car lurch violently. Or is it as someone else suggested, that these games are better played on a dedicated console i.e. PS2 or Xbox along with a dedicated controller. Im not minded to pay out a £100 simply to find out, but would like to know simply out of curiosity, as after last night my stress levels must have been through the roof.