I went to PC world yesterday with £40 cash to buy something - anything - that took my fancy. I came across the Thrustmaster Ferrari GT Experience racing wheel, and to my bewilderment there were two prices: £39 and £49. Immediately I knew they would have to sell it for £39, but I didn't know which price was current, so I took the wheel to the desk and the not-so-thrilled sales assistant said with a most glum face: "We have to give it to you for £39, but it is actually £49 - somebody forgot to take away the old price ticket." A smile of smug satisfaction filled my entire face £10 is not a huge saving by any means, but I found it funny that the sales assistant was clearly annoyed that I got the wheel for less than I should have LOL. Gotta love PC world. I went to B&Q on the way home, picked up some chipboard for a couple of quid, and knocked up a stand so I can use the wheel with our Bravia and my state of the art dining room chair authentic bucket seat. The result: more time wasted in front of the TV.