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Which of these are good?


Gregg Seipp

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Gregg, I have KSNA, KSAN, and TJSJ, which I have been very pleased and would recommend.  A lot of scenery for the money and can be used with FS9 and FSX.


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I have KSNA, and it's good. No problems with it.


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Anybody owns KMIA v2 of them? Would be interested to get it.

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Frank


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Anybody owns KMIA v2 of them? Would be interested to get it.

 

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Frank

I dont care for it much, bland looking, zero atmosphere...just poorly done but hey, what are you gonna do, if you want Miami there is no other choice and better than default for sure


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I dont care for it much, bland looking, zero atmosphere...just poorly done but hey, what are you gonna do, if you want Miami there is no other choice and better than default for sure

Maybe true, and Miami is too flat anyway ;-)

But it makes a nice steppingstone for trips to carribean locations.

 

Cheers

Frank


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How is MMCZ?  Is it good?

MMCZ does look very interesting.  May pick that one up.  Also was wondering if anyone might have some suggestions about KEYW? 


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MMCZ does look very interesting. May pick that one up. Also was wondering if anyone might have some suggestions about KEYW?

 

I have KEYW and it's good...has weak points to it but I do like flying there.  Probably worth it at $13 bucks.  MMCZ seems pretty good.  Also, Roatan MHRO and Bermuda TXKF.


Gregg Seipp

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Thanks guys for your comments.  Will go ahead and pick up MMCZ and wait to check out KEYW a little bit more.  For some reason the pics on KEYW do no appear as crisp as compared to KSNA and others that I have purchased.  Still it is a good one to add with other Fla airports and take off to MMCZ and TJSJ, 

 

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For some reason the pics on KEYW do no appear as crisp as compared to KSNA and others that I have purchased.

 

They're not as clear.  I think that's the issue.  Still, like I said, I do like it but it's not on par with KSNA.


Gregg Seipp

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