Anyone who has yet to find a suitable steering wheel for racing might want to take a second look at Fanatec. Their Turbo S wheel was sold out a couple of months ago but the high demand for a new X360 wheel convinced them to create a new one. While they're at it, they've decided to use the fancier rim of the GT3 RS wheel (with Alcantara). Behold, the new Porsche 911 GT2 wheel
As with Fanatec's previous products, the quality comes with a price tag to match. If you don't need X360 support you should probably consider the GT3 RS which is a rough 70 bucks cheaper. I'm personally very much against 'normal' Logitech G25/G27 wheels because they feel like cheap toys and I can't stand them anymore since I first got my hands on my 911 Turbo S wheel (mentioned several tens of pages back in this topic I believe) but to be honest they are much kinder to your wallet.
Forza 3 gamers should know that Fanatec is the only
company that produces wheels compatible to and licensed for the Xbox 360 (outside of Microsoft's own plastic piece of garbage). Believe me, you will want this wheel.
By the way, I mentioned earlier that the Turbo S seems to experience minor glitches in Gran Turismo 5. I decided to give the pedals and H shifter a good cleaning because I had not used it for a while before GT5 came in, including the internals and PCBs. This total disassembly and follow-up reassembly resulted in a lot of dust removed from my gear, plus sand from my pedals (that happens when you don't clean/take off your shoes) and sawdust from my shifter (I happen to DIY a lot in the living room). This seems to have solved most of the glitching and additionally the shifter moves a lot easier and cleaner now. Hence, you are warned - Fanatec's stuff, while being extremely high-quality and very durable, are both pricey and require some occasional maintenance (unless of course you are very careful with it as a form of prevention).