I actually started working with my coach (yes, iRacing coach) because of the technical bits. It is tricky to get the software all working in sync, but that's become much more standardized now. The biggest problem you would have right now is just finding components, because the fastest motherboards and video cards are being scooped up literally the second they are released (my IT guy built a bot that watches the websites...). Happy to pass on contact info, Wyatt can help you with that. Totally worth the money for the sim rig - that thing looks killer - but the computer bits and software will be continual things and if you use it a lot you will either have to learn it yourself or need to have someone who is keeping up with it all. Whatever components you are looking at now will be obsolete in 6 months. I do a 1.5 hour training session every week, no different than working with a golf or tennis pro. Getting ready to replace my PC and monitors, and this will be the 4th build for me!