For the moment, I still play LFS since until things change, it's the only sim I can play remotely well.
But also because I've been slowly learning how to actually setup cars on my own basis.
And by that, I mean actually have some kind of understanding of what I'm doing and how it directly affects whatever car I'm using for any given kind of situation.
While I do consult the manual for help, I've had to resort to a bit of trial-and error to honestly figure out setups that I can both be consistent (I want to say fast but that's a lie) and not burn the tires out in record time.
But I also play because I don't want to get rusty with any concept of sim driving. It's why I had played GT6 when I could simcade or not, and before that, anything else I could play or try out.
That and I'm patiently waiting for what updates may come, I'd complain but at the same time, I can understand and appreciate that the developers want to try and get things right.
If I had any regrets, it was not getting into it fully sooner than later, oh well.