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This is expecting to release soon check out www.wilcopub.comDo you guys reckon this could be another excellent product on par with LDS 767 and PMDG 747 ?It has a functional WX Radar which looks pretty sweet.

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Yup, no doubt. Victor and company (FeelThere) who is the developer do an outstanding job. Their ERJ is a fantastic package and it's a year old now. I have no doubt that the 737 will be even better.

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I certainly hope so, Ive been checking both their site and wilcopub sometimes daily for a hint of a release date. Certainly from the feelthere forum I have little doubt that it's going to be well done. Either way the thought of a 737-400 makes me drool in anticipation :-)Andrew BrownRoaring Thirtieshttp://www.gordiusfs.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/192029.png

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There is no doubt that this product from feelThere will be outstanding, I have designed all the checklists etc. for them!I think a well deserved holiday will be called for Vic and the team... :-)CheersPHIL

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Really looking forward to this - a new 737-300 will be great, haven't flown one since FS2002 with the DF...

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Well guys I've been testing this thing awhile now (through the various stages of development). What I find impressive (among other things) is the FDE... It will be one of the best FDE's ever produced for a 737 in Flight Simulator... :-)

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Hey Dillon,Get me on the FeelThere Beta team and I'll send you and autographed picture of Tiny Tim, two tickets to the World HotDog Eating Championships and a lifetime membership to the Jimmy Carter Fan Club:-lol

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Do they give a discount if you already have Mike's book? Bought it for the DF 734, seems they just changed the cover.

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I'm really looking forward to this as well. Plus if someone comes out with a cargo repaint, like Kitty Hawks new great livery, I'd be in heaven!

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looks like an excellent product, I just wish they had modeled the panel like most real 737-300's... with the steam gauges.

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Really looking forward to it also ! espcilly now when i heard that the FDE is superb thats really really important to me !!.THX a million FeelThere !.Best regards:Alexander

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>They modelled the panel as described in Mike's book :)I'm aware that they modeled a panel...I've seen it. But its a 737-400 series panel, not a true 300-500 series one. With exception of the very few that have been modified (very rare) most of those models have all steam driven gauges. It is common however for the 500 series to still have all steam gauges, yet have a glass HSI and EFD.

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I'll avoid the facetious version of the answer and just say that having travelled on two B737-300s (ex-US from the cabin stickering, now flying for BMI Baby to/from Birmingham) within the last fortnight, both had semi-glass cockpits similar to the default B734 panel, not pure steam gauges. Still prefer the EasyJet -700s. but I have to go up to Liverpool to fly on those. ;-)I'm looking forward to this release as well.Ian P.

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Coming from someone who has never sat in a 737 cockpit or flight on a 737 from the flight deack this means alot....[h4]Randy J. Smith[/h4]AMD 64 4000+|ASUS K8V DELUXE|SAPPHIRE ATI X800XT PE|MUNCHKIN 3200|80 gig SATA|DELL 1905FP 19" LCD|TRACKir PRO|PFC JEPPESEN MOONEY YOKE|CH PRO PEDALS|

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I also seriously doubt KLM to have their dozen or so 733s use a fundamentally different flightdeck from their dozen or so 734s, and KLM owns Transavia who had a similar number of their own until a few years ago when they were replaced with NGs.

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Did a small experiment. Checked out flightdeck shots of 737-300s at a.net. Out of the first 100 about half had the glass deck, about half an oldfashioned one or some hybrid form (glass nav equipment with steam engine gauges for example).

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