I have the CH Eclipse yoke but this would work on the CH flight yoke, too. Download the CH control manager program. Using this program you can get each control to act as two controls. Choose one of the buttons as a "shift" button and the others will have a "shifted function" and a "non-shifted" function. Gives you a lot of flexibility. When you get the Track IR, program one button to turn off the Track IR so when you press it the view stays in the same position. I used the top right toggle. I can't remember the controls on the CH flight yoke but this may help give you some flexibility. to use the mouse to change settings.
When you can, add the GoFlight student pilot module which gives you some knobs and push-button switches as well as a display. You can program the knobs for the autopilot settings and the buttons for autopilot on/off, altitude hold, etc. It's selling at Go Flight for $390 now but watch the sales. It really adds flexibility to your flying controls.
You will really like the Track IR. I use the older Track IR4 with the IR5 software. I think the 4 costs $50 dollars less than the 5 with the Track Pro Clip included. I also recommend the Track Clip Pro for use with your headset. It's a flimsy but works well. I had to put mine back together a few years ago with JB Weld. Still works fine.
If your like me, you can't add all this stuff at once, but I hope this gives you some ideas for the future.
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EVGA GTS 250 1gb, CH Eclipse yoke, CH pedals, Track IR, GoFlight GF-46 GF-T8,