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B737NH external model

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Hi,Normally I don't care too much about external models of FS aircraft, but I have to post the attached pictures to show my appreciation for the excellent work PMDG has done. Of course, the systems, panels and flight modeling are superb as well. In my opnion this plane is a winner. Congratulations to PMDG.Compare my screen shots (aircraft unedited) with:http://www.airliners.net/open.file/323688/M/http://www.airliners.net/open.file/344662/M/Best regards,Henrihttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/33985.jpghttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/33986.jpg

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Thanks, Randy.If you want, I can send you some higher resolution versions.Best wishes,Henri

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Hi Henri,I'm amazed at the scenery in the Transavia pic, were you using a scenery add-on or is that how standard FS2004 looks?Or did you just superimpose the PMDG plane over a real background picture?? Looks too good to be true.

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Neil,The screen shot of the plane is superimposed onto an image found on airliners.net. Take a look at the first link I gave in my first message. It shows the the picture I started from. It was my intention to show how realistic PMDG's B737NG looks like. It is the scenery that most often tells you it is a simulator screen shot rather than a real picture. Cheers,Henri

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Ah OK... I thought that scenery looked way too good!

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Henri.Those are fantastic pics, and when I look at your comparison photos, I realize all those months of pulling verts was all worth it!Thanks for the appreciation!VinPMDGwww.precisionmanuals.comhttp://www.vinscimone.com/dancnkid.gif

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Vin,It is me who has to thank you and the rest of the team. The plane you created is a masterpiece. Both inside and outside. You cannot imagine how much fun it gives. Well, I guess you can ;-) Studying the manual and seeing how well the plane performs is a wonderful detour from daily life business.Thanks again,Henri

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