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Fly the Mad Dog 2006

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I have Fly the Maddog 2006 on my system and had also downloaded and installed the VC updrade. I see on the web site that MD2006 is no longer available for sale, and is replaced by a subsequent version. Does anyone lknow if this later version is enhanced more than the addition of a VC, when compared to MD2006 (is there any sense in purchasing the later version is where I am going).Thnaks, Bruce.


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I have Fly the Maddog 2006 on my system and had also downloaded and installed the VC updrade. I see on the web site that MD2006 is no longer available for sale, and is replaced by a subsequent version. Does anyone lknow if this later version is enhanced more than the addition of a VC, when compared to MD2006 (is there any sense in purchasing the later version is where I am going).Thnaks, Bruce.
Hey Bruce,Two questions: 1) do you REALLY need autobrakes, and 2) are you solely a VC flyer.Basically 2008 version gives some nice alternatives to the traditional FMC. These changes are NOT reflected in the virtual cockpit (which is why I ask). What I got out of it was an autobrake and MEL functionality (available in pro). If neither of these is important to you, then I would stick with 2006.My opinion. Hopefully others will chime in with their's as well.

Jeff Hepburn

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Hey Bruce,Two questions: 1) do you REALLY need autobrakes, and 2) are you solely a VC flyer.Basically 2008 version gives some nice alternatives to the traditional FMC. These changes are NOT reflected in the virtual cockpit (which is why I ask). What I got out of it was an autobrake and MEL functionality (available in pro). If neither of these is important to you, then I would stick with 2006.My opinion. Hopefully others will chime in with their's as well.
Thanks Jeff, exactly what I wanted to know.Thanks, Bruce. (KBJC, we're in the same area it seems :) )

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