As we are all aware of, the GT games now come with a variety of aids (traction/launch control, ABS, skid force, etc...). Some of these, with no doubt, take away from the sim experience, but what I want to focus on are traction control and ABS. I often hear people say that to get the most out of your sim experience, you should turn off TC and ABS. I'm a bit biased being that I love electronic controls, but I think these aids sometimes add to the sim experience. How many of the modern cars in the game do you think come without those two in real world production? Perhaps some, but a good portion will definitely have them. Even some of the racing cars come with one or both of these aids. Many aftermarket ECUs even come with traction control capabilities, making it possible to aid TC to any car in the real world (for some of these it would mean converting to an EFI system). With that being said, I personally drive with TC set between 1 and 3 (I adjust it to the car) because it still allows me to get some throttle induced oversteer, but still provides a slight aid exiting corners. For cars that likely do not have an TC on them in the real world, I will turn TC completely off to match the driving experience. The same goes with ABS but I keep that on 1 for all cars that are likely to have an ABS system. So I want to start a discussion and see everyone's opinion on these aids. Do you feel these benefits take away from the sim experience, do you use them, or do you leave them off to perhaps make you a better driver (more throttle control)?