That is the issue - buttons position keeps changing when you turn the wheel/yoke. Unless you look or think you will not know where they are. Hence, all wheels with buttons have non-essential functions like stereo or cruise control that one typically use when the wheel is relatively static on the highway.Yes but people are complaining about buttons not the turning ratio. Also f1 drivers look down from time to time at their buttons. There are like 5 buttons on the yoke. How hard is it to remember where they are? I find it remarkable how dumb people are that they can't remember simple things yet can afford a 100k car.
The F1 yoke avoids that problem with keeping the position, relative to hands, consistent - no need to look or think.
This is not a criticism of the yoke itself (another topic altogether). This is about the decision to implement hard to press, constantly moving buttons for critical functionality - whether on yoke or traditional wheel.
The whole thing is designed with FSD in mind; not for an actual driver.