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A few years back I got FS2000 and loved it (I had actually gotten used to the frame rate of 0.7!!). Anyway when I got FS2002 I was fascinated with the virtual cockpits but some planes didn't have any. Do you think that the Mooney Bravo and the Schweizer 2-32 sailplane will have one (From the video's I saw that the Lear has one). I love those planes! Marc

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Hi Marc,I'm pretty sure I can safely say that all FS2004 aircraft should have VCs and GMax models for all as well,Regards,Canadian HawkC-GTGK

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That's a very good question. I recall reading in one of the previews that all aircrat will now be G-Max with functioning VC's. As a bonus, the VC's are supposed to be fully interactive now (point and click).The following is from the MSFS Insider website;"Interactive 3D

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Thanks for the replies. I was hoping the Mooney would have a VC because I loved that plane in FS2000 but after using VC's in FS2002 I couldn't stand flying the Mooney with it's 2D panel. ;(8 Although it was and still is my favorite plane of all time. Anyway I found a temporary replacement, the Socata Trinidad.Regards, Marc

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Hello Marc,Speaking of 2D and 3D cockpits try the Beech Bonanza either standard tail or V-tail of carenado.com. It has both 2D and 3D cockpits but I can assure you the 2D is just as pleasant to use as the 3D. The Mooney used to be my favorite plane but now the Bonanza is my beloved baby. It is shareware but quite honestly it is well worth it. I have no link whatsover with Carenado, I only think they make the best airplanes available today, Dreamfleet included.I have a feeling FS2004 will come out with fully functional 3D cackpits, but its only a guess.Regards to all.jfc

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