Hi all, Just thought I'd put an update on here for the benefit of anyone else in future regarding the Sachs performance clutch. I had my car ( a 57 plate S3) remapped by Revo at 1 year old/10000 miles, it managed to do two years/22000 miles before the standard clutch started to slip. So I bought the sachs performance clutch kit (clutch & clutch cover) for £560 from sachs performance in germany, and had it fitted by a local independant garage. When they split the engine and gearbox they found that the DMF was also knackered (it had a lot of free rotational play), so a new one of these was bought (for £289) along with a new clutch slave cylinder (£49) and new flywheel bolts (£9.99). The whole lot was fitted for £350 in labour. The total cost came to just under £1400. I got the car back today, and the clutch seems great, a much more positive action (it feels lots more 'decisive' than the stock clutch), the bite point is nice and low on the pedal, no slippage at all. There is a small amount of judder that is only noticable in reverse, which I gather is normal and should ease off over the next 1000 miles. The pedal is noticably heavier than before at the point where the clutch engages/disengages, which is not really a problem for me, but I can see that some may find it too heavy compared to the standard clutch. Anyway, all in all, it seems like a worthwhile change once your standard clutch has worn out, just dont expect it to feel exactly like the stock clutch. Now, hopefully the DMF wont fail prematurely again.