This was a fantastic review, thanks for writing it. I was very excited to learn more after you had mentioned it before. However, I must now bring on the avalanche of questions
Stability. Did you find the unit stable - particularly with your very large display?
On the same subject of stability - did you find that the flight sim side units had any flex when you were using them? I had a concern of those side units not being stable as I cranked my stick and throttle around. This is particularly interesting to me as I may just get the Warthog and I imagine that it will take more force to move it than my current CH Fighterstick.
Can you tell me the distance that your stick and throttle are apart now - how wide I guess I'm asking. The fact that you have the same hotas setup as I do is perfect for comparison.
You mentioned that there is a small movement in the keyboard tray when using it. Can you elaborate a little more on that? Does that mean flex or something else. Did you find that impacted your use of the tray at all? It also looked like you mounted your second monitor on the one side of the tray as well. That suggests to me that there isn't as much movement as I fear.
How far when you are sitting comfortably is your eyes from the screen? Is it about 36" or so?
It sounds like you are wide-shouldered like I am. I was concerned that that seat might cramp my shoulders (those horn-like upper bolsters). I was concerned that my shoulder blades might rest uncomfortably on those rather than the seat back.
You are about my height. Does the seat support your head at all if you lean back?
I was surprised that there is no way to mount the table to the unit without drilling your own holes. Really? That seems very strange to me. Did they ever mention why this is?
I'm sorry for so many questions. Please don't think your review was lacking in any way. It wasn't. The detail you went into just had the effect of making me have even more questions. I think I've found my ride so to speak. My biggest concern is the stability of it and its parts.
Thank you again - I was really looking forward to this review.