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Have anybody seen yhat Pro Flight 2000 is coming back? I really liked this program, and I'm looking foward to it's return. Found out about it from the FSX forum. It will be for FS9 and FSX.

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What's the differance between standard and deluxe ver.? Soon as I find out I'll buy it. It seems a lot more indepth than RC. I quess RC is busy trying to catch up.Dave F.

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Std. version is if you already own the original Pro-Flight2000 CD from back in the day...Deluxe is if you can't find it or never owned it. That's it :)-PaulPrimary RigLiquid CooledIntel C2D E6600 @3.2 gigsAsus P5N32SLI-Plus2 gigs Corsair XMS PC6400 4 4 4 12 @810Dual OC'd XFX 8800GTX @ 2 gigs24 inch Widescreen LCD 16XAA/16XAFDual 19 inch LCD'sRaid-0+1PCPower and Cooling 1k Quad SLIhttp://home.comcast.net/~psolk/3monitorsa.htmlBackup RigAMD 4000 San Diego @ 2.72 Gigs Kingston Corsair XMS CL2XFX 7900 GTX Raid-0psolk.jpg

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Hope, some writes a nice review.Looks like a nice addon.Bill

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I also posted this short review in the FSX forum within the large Proflight thread. It probably belongs here anyway as my first venture is in FS9.I can give a small review based upon one short flight this morning. The cliff note is: The program works as advertised! There are a few small things I will need to adjust too, but overall it is a very good program.I had an initial problem compiling a flight plan. It is a bit confusing judging by the number of other simmers making the same mistake. Basically, the compiler will work with any FSbuild created flight plan straight away. Any flight plan created by FS and saved, as FS2000/FS2004 must be converted. The conversion is very fast.You can then select a converted or Fsbuild plan and prepare it for compiling. There are several options including Pilot voice preference, Airline, equipment, heavy etc. Once you are happy with the settings hit the compile button. That process is very quick also. Now, start PF2K, select the adventure, connect with FS and away you go. I am running PFE on a client via FSwide. The whole process of selecting a flight plan, converting (if necessary), flight settings and compiling can be done in a couple minutes. Tops. The actual ATC works just fine and the flow of events from initial check-in with ground to the arrival tower is smooth. I flew the ATR-500 (with FScrew) from KPDX to KSEA with Ultimate traffic at 90% (FS9 obviously) and they coexist nicely. None of the add-on ATC's (as far as know) will interact with in-flight traffic. It does pay attention to ground traffic. ATC turned me late for the ILS but then corrected. As a first look I am very satisfied. My decision to purchase was heavily influenced by the use of the Flight One wrapper. Good decision Dave! I assume it carries the standard 30-day money back guarantee, but I don't see that happening. Please remember this is based upon one short flight. Have fun!Bob..Dell XPS HT 3.6 P4 (HT On)2 gig memoryGeforce 7600GS 512mb (93.71)

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Wow! There is a blast from the past. I must have my old Proflight cd somewhere lying around :)

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