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Hey Guys ..... Who's still here???RomanProud "TEAM AVSIM" RTW race member.XP Pro, FS9, FR Locked @ 23, AMD 1800+ OCd to 1900+, APIC MProc Mod (24 IRQs), Latency Mods, ECS K7S5a V1.1, 7 fans, 1 gig, 100 & 60 Gig 7200rpm HD, ASUS/NVidia GeForce 64mb AGP on 21", NVidia FX5500 vivo 256mb (CRAP) on 18", Nvidia 93.71s ( The highest can go for the GeForce3 & 5500 combined ), Savage4 32mb on 15", BV services mods.

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I am still here, looking forward to next years Around the World Race.In the virtual Flight Sim world I am flying PANAM Nobel Race at SIM-OUTHOUSE. It's a tour around South America.See MM's ATLAS WORLD NEWS thread in this forum.That is good practice. I am learning a lot.Regards Jock

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Hi Guys,Alive and kickin'....Not doing much FS, though - during RTW, Alex (sfoofficer) sent me a couple of images from the Shuttle Mission 2007 review he was doing at the time, and for now that is my favourite passtime :)Love the approach: Nose-dive towards the runway and land at around 240kts.... Anyway, this sim is great, but only if you like LOTS of buttons and knobs. The graphics is outstanding!!!!!You can read Alex' review from Avsim's main page.BRGDSSven Sorensen, EKCH

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Hey everyone,I'm flying in the PanAm Nobel race as well. Circling South America in older warbirds (pre-1942), limited to NDB and dead-reckoning navigation, no GPS or flightplan-following autopilots. There are limited airfields available as well. It's quite the challenge.IRL I recently took a trip to Iceland and Scotland with the wife. I got to realize one of my lifelong dreams to see the Highlands and Loch Ness, and we had a wonderful time. We really loved the people in both places - very warm and friendly, even if the weather wasn't at times. We particularly loved Scotland and intend to go back!CheersCraig

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Also participating in the Pan Nobel. Took a break from flying after the RTW and did some sim car racing. I flew a lot for the two months leading up to the RTW in my 2 month unemployment and needed a break. The Pan Nobel was a good reason to load Flight sim and get back into it.

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