This is such a rapidly changing field that I thought with all the reading Ive been doing, there wasn't a place to consolidate information. Id like to use this thread to document some of my findings and Im hopping others can do the same so that as more and more people get into this, there is somewhere they an go for information. Im by no means an expert- in fact totally illiterate on the subject- however collectively we should be able to put together a pretty good resource. Hoping others will chime in. From what Ive seen, there are a couple of different categories. DYI and Prebuilt. Ill tackle the prebuilt stuff first. With prebuilt, you have to decide if you want motion or no motion. Adding motion gives you a more immersive feel but its more expensive, more stuff to break down potentially but it is absolutely more realistic. Motion Simulators Here are some of the motion companies that Ive run across. For the most part these companies build their own chasis and use off the shelf components for the build. https://www.simcraft.com - Located in Georgia. Prices range from 30k to 130k with most of the difference in pricing coming from how much motion do you want? https://www.cxcsimulations.com - Located in California. prices range from 57k to 120k. Lots of configurable options https://www.force-dynamics.com - If you want motion- this looks like the mother of all motion simulators. Very robust. Pricing ranging from $50k to 120k. Again just depends on hw much motion you want/need https://www.vesaro.com/ - A UK based company- really good looking sims. Can configure for as little as 20k all the way up to 120k. The more expensive ones you can get an actual F1 car replica that you sit in and drive. This can be done with or without the different levels of motion. Stationary Sims These are companies that build static sims- no motion. you can equip them with motion with after market parts but for those that dont want to deal with excessive moving parts, this might be the way to go. https://digital-motorsports.com - UK based company that takes off the shelf components and puts them together with a ready to go simulator. They can supply a pretty kick ass model for around 15k. coolperformace.com - really nice looking sims. Base price is 23k pounds for the GT model or 24k pounds for the F1 model. The difference is the seating position. GT version you are sitting more upright whereas with the F1 version you are in a more reclined position. You can add options such as different sized monitors, steering wheels etc https://www.baseperformance.net - this is the company that is building the sexy looking Aston Martin sims. Those run about 60k are static but have top of the line components. If you dont want to spend 60k on a static sim, they make a version called the Blade. Very nice looking with a carbon fiber seat. Rock solid construction that looks great. Roughly 18k pounds. You can add additional components for an extra fee. So these are the main companies that Ive found that offer a turnkey solution with racing sims. All the parts and pieces come prebuilt and they function as one cohesive unit. If you want to build your own, we will cover that later and the different options available. Hope this helps.