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Just curious on how many of us are holding off any additional investment into FSX or FS9 and waiting on the new LM Prepar3d 2.0, which from the last I heard is supposed to be due later this year.

 

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-Ray

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Not until the license can be obtained legally for "entertainment". I'll be all over it if that happens.

 

-1

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As a developer, I sure hope there aren't too many people who are holding off on purchases. I'm happy to make P3D update patches for my stuff if required, but no sales means I might not be around by then.

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The screenshots that have been released didnt look all that impressive to me, as long as people are making things for FSX Ill stick with it.

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Not until the license can be obtained legally for "entertainment". I'll be all over it if that happens.

 

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Same here

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I'm not expecting much improvement over stock FSX. Finally got FSX running smooth as silk under DX-10 so I'm good.

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Not in the slightest....  Buisness as usual for me, with the best flight sim ever released:  FSX.

 

If P3D 2.0 turns out to be amazing and ground breaking I will of course jump at it ........ but I'm not holding my breath to be honest.   The 2 occasions that I have tried to migrate to P3D 1.4 being my main platform have been met with frustration and disappointment.

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Another -1 for me. I am looking forward to what it might bring to the table but I've just barely got FSX running great with a ton of addons and don't plan on ditching it anytime soon.

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-1

 

Improvement is too marginal for me, despite DX11. Basis is still poor old FSX code and the major showstopper is: still 32 bit.

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+1

 

I only buy addons that can be installed on both platforms, but use mostly freeware and default aircraft with mods these days. I also stay away from payware that comes with agressive copy protection, online activation, bloatware etc.

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I'm pretty much done with FSX-only now.  Though I don't have P3D, and haven't been closely following P3Dv2, I'm pretty sure, at least right now, and unless P3Dv2 is a total flop, that future purchases of mine will have to come with cross-compatiblity.

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Yawdropping performance and FSX compatibility, otherwise its a dead horse. (cow we tend to say here)

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-1 for me. 

 

I've never been a "Oh, but wait!  The next big thing is almost here!" sort of person.  FSX still runs well on my system, and there are still a number of products in the pipeline that will eventually end up on it.  Definitely interested in P3D 2.0, but I still have no idea yet if it'll be my future platform.  That I wont' know until well after its release.

 

Scott

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