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CS 727 how is it

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I am thinking about getting the CS 727 package I am looking for a complete 727 setup (I also plan to get the DF 727 pkg when it comes out for FS2004) but how is the CS 727 performance, good and bad points on everything.ThanksJohn

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Hi John,I have this product (I also have the RFP product). I have a lot of fun with the CS B72, it's a very well done product (although the technology requires that one actually "fly" the a/c, before the days of a/t and FMC's :) ). Visuals are about the best I've seen (2D and VC). No wing views (and consequently no frame rate penalties), although someone has done a set for the 2D cockpit. Regarding the RFP product (although not a part of your question). It's so different, both in the product itself and the aircraft that's being modelled, that I find comparisons hard to make. It's much more technical, and has (as the actual a/c does) much more automation (although maybe "crude" by today's automation standards) than the B727.Bruce.

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Thanks Bruce and BA747 I think I will opt for the 3-holer as I prefer to fly the small/med haul jets domestic and the 727 will fit right in :)Thanks againJohn

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I just purchased it a few days ago, and I am overwelmed by how great it looks on my system. I have a modest system and the frame rates are pretty good. I have just printed out the manual and plan to learn to fly the CS727 later. I took off out of Paine Field and did a circut around the Tatoosh VOR and back to Paine. Pretty good flying characteristics. I am impressed. At first I was a bit hesitant to purchase it in the very begining, when all the hoopla was going on, but now that it has been through a few trials and errors, it is a pretty good aircraft.Enjoy....

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