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I'd tell ya but the post would probably get removed..FSGS is all I can say.

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- Active Sky- Ground Environment Pro- Cirrus SR20/22I would NEVER spend any money on FS optimization (FSGS), because ALL the resources are freely available anyway, but that's just my 2c.

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At the moment I would spend it as followsScenery:France VFR FlightParis BasepackFrance VFR FlightParis Autogen Pack45 EuroAircraft:AEROSOFT ONLINE - PIPER CHEYENNE35 EuroCARENADO - CESSNA U206G STATIONAIR 6 full pack26 Euroa bit over budget but I could go for less versions of the U206G


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1. Ground Environment Pro2. Capt Sim C-130That should burn up a C-note right quick.Bob

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1. FSUIPC2. ActiveSky3. Radar ContactBob ScottATP IMEL Gulfstream II-III-IV-V L-300Santiago de Chile


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Depends on where you fly and on your taste in aircraft....I would stay away from upgrade texture add-ons since they may become obsolete in FSX, which is coming soon.Recommendations

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IF you don't know IFR procedures..get a good book on IFR (Jeppesen) or print out the decent FAA publication IFR procedures manual that comes in PDF...then get a decent GA aircraft like Dreamfleet single engine or a twin and Radar Contact and lean IFR procedures.Once you have learnt IFR procedures reasonsbly well .. By that time...you'll have your other $100, Get the PMDG 747. If you are already good at IFR, skip step 1.:)


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I'd pocket the money and save it for FSX... the most important add-on I can think of. :)


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I have a sneaky feeling that alot of my paywares are going to be re released with FSX enhancements or FSX ready. For a fee of course.I may continue buying a plane or two since FS9 will be on my HD for awhile but I cannot spending anything else on the sim itself. Add on sceneries,textures,weather ect.

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Guest Henri W

- Active Sky V6- Ground Environment Pro- Cloud9 Aermacchi MB339- FSUIPCSlightly over $100, but all a must have for me.Henri

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