I've never seen that CSR one before. I'll keep an eye on that one, but I imagine that will cost a lot.
That new Mad Catz one looks fairly good, and it's thankfully got force feedback this time.
Plus the firmware updates via PC is a good idea too. There's only two things that make me sceptical about it: Mad Catz are saying that it's "being launched under their casual gaming brand", and steering wheels are one accessory I wouldn't really consider to be casual. And the other thing is that the quality of Mad Catz's products are, well, questionable, at times. There's lots of stories around various forums about Mad Catz products with questionable build quality, and, well, I've been a victim of that as well, with Rock Band 3's official pro drum kit, which Mad Catz make. I'll keep an eye on it, nevertheless, but I'll wait for a few comprehensive reviews first.
I actually looked at the Fanatec wheels just now, and I've got two words to say: hell no.
The only model they sell now that is compatible with the 360 is the 911 GT2, which costs 250 Euros (about £220), and doesn't even come with any pedals! Even after blowing over 200 quid on a steering wheel, you have to shell out another 40 Euros just for the pedals! And to top it off, it doesn't even come with paddle shifters or even a table clamp; you have to buy those separately as well! That is what I call a monumental Monster Cable-style ripoff.
The Wireless Speed Wheel isn't a steering wheel, it's a standalone verison of the Wii Wheel.
And that other Mad Catz one is the MC2, which doesn't have force feedback; just vibration feedback, so that's a no-no.
At the moment, I'll keep my sights locked on a second-hand version of Microsoft's wheel; that's still the best all-rounder on the 360. It's got force feedback, the build quality is good, and compared to wheels from Fanatec, it's good value for money.