==Background to the review==
The Saitek Pro Flight Cessna series are a set of official Cessna licensed controllers. They are intended to closely represent the controls on Cessna 172 -
one of the default aircraft in FG.
The product line consists of
* Pro Flight Cessna Trim Wheel
* Pro Flight Cessna Rudder Pedals
Saitek also produce non-Cessna branded Pro Flight yoke, quadrant and rudder pedals. Though I haven't used them, based on photos I expect they are very similar in quality and function (though note that the Pro Flight Yoke System includes a built-in chronograph for timing approaches).
As of version 2.8.0, these controls are fully supported out-of-the-box in FlightGear. The rest of this review describes the controls themselves, a discussion of yokes vs. stick, a comparison between the rudder pedals and the competing CH Products pedals, and a final summary.
==Pro Flight Cessna Yoke==
Pro Flight Cessna Trim Wheel==
While the yoke, throttle and pedals are similar to other products in the Saitek range, the trim wheel is unique. It consists of a single wheel set up to change elevator trim.
Those readers who have spent any time flying real aircraft will know the importance of trim, and while most joystick bindings include a control for trim, the experience o
Pro Flight Cessna Rudder Pedals==
==The Bottom Line==
There's no getting away from the fact that the Saitek Pro Flight
range is not cheap, and these Cessna branded controls are more expensive.