I agree with Freddy... I saw today the MOMO and the G25 out of the box, on the same store, and had a chance to fiddle around with both.
The MOMO feels just right... it might not look modern and shiny but it feels like I can use it over and over and it will perform throughout the years. The wheel itself has the same sporty feeling as the steering wheel of our Seat Leon and I really like that. I also like the buttons placement on the wheel's panel and the fact that the sequential shifter is so close to it, right on the body of the product: no extra desk-space needed! Of course, next to the G25 it looks... like another plastic wheel. The G25 is just a league apart. The wheel itself is beautiful, the metal and leather make it look almost like a piece of crafted art... but it's thin, and it feels less sporty than the MOMO... and I don't think any of my games will benefit from the broad rotation it has to offer (GTR2/RBR). Yet, the most astonishing piece is the pedals, hands down. Just this solid piece of precise engineering is surely worth the price-tag... I wish I could stick the G25 pedals to the MOMO! That would be awesome! The separate shifter of the G25 is very nice to look at and ponder, but it felt way too flimsy to me... like it won't be able to take a year of heavy use... I hope I'm wrong. I'm not saying the G25 is a bad wheel, au contraire
... it looks worth the price. On the practical part, I just feel that if I don't use it every day, or at least every weekend, I'm paying too much (even at the low €245 price tag I saw at a local store). Also, if I'm not going to use the clutch and H-gearbox the G25 has I might as well spend half its price in a MOMO, which will give me the same enjoyment on a less-to-daily basis... and perhaps try to figure out how to get those other pedals attached...
But what really makes me think it over and over is this:
The MOMO is the peak of the previous generation of steering wheels.
The G25 is the first of the incoming generation of steering wheels.
I'm thrilled they got it 96% right (according to SimHQ's review)... but I think I'll wait and save for the G30
: with a sturdier shifter, more buttons on the wheel and the gas pedal a bit further for the perfect heel-and-toe technique (at least that's what I'm going to put on my wishlist)...