Momo Steering WheelHere are some pictures of the Momo Steering wheel.
The preliminary report: Smaller in diameter makes small hand movements translate into quicker steering; the car seems more responsive. The larger thickness is much more natural to hands that are conditioned by the modern Boxster and Disco designs. I like the appearance and will take a picture so you can judge for yourself. That part is good. The hub design makes the wheel collapsible in a collision. It may be safer than the old one.
However, the smaller wheel diameter also obscures the top right quadrant of the speedometer. You have to peek around it to see the pointer at freeway speeds. The mounting hub puts the steering wheel closer to the driver so turn signals are further away than before. My fingers have waved empty air instead of signaling a couple of times. These negatives caused a comfortable transition to the new wheel to be a bit longer than I expected.
Do not forget to unhook the battery before removing the old wheel.
I found a short board braced against a spoke on the wheel and the floor was needed before I could break the steering column nut free.
More details are included with the pictures.