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Ron at Eaglesoft has said they will try and get something out Saturday or Sunday.

I've been hunting everywhere for images and video.

 

 

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I’m not surprised that there aren’t any reviews out there. After all, what can anyone really say after just 4 or days other than it looks cool? A detailed review means putting the aircraft and its features through its paces so I expect a detailed review to take some time. 



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14 hours ago, Caribpilot said:

I’m not surprised that there aren’t any reviews out there. After all, what can anyone really say after just 4 or days other than it looks cool? A detailed review means putting the aircraft and its features through its paces so I expect a detailed review to take some time. 

Yes.. reviews can take some time to be available.. it is what it is.. for example I released a product OCT 20th and official reviews are still being written..

So we all need to be patient I guess.. 😉

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Simbol

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Don't think people are expecting full-blown reviews, more the usual stream of YouTube content on new releases, quick flights, hands-on tests etc. they tend to be out within hours or days.

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Someone post some screenshot in the FSX forum.

To be fair from a pure graphical point of view it is far from impressive.

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Interesting Navigraph survey, thank you for bringing that to my attention. I don't see where I am "not even close", please elaborate where I may have stated something very incorrectly if so inclined.

Now from a business standpoint, if sales of this 32 bit product will become disappointing, the 64 bit product or future products most likely will become even more expensive then envisioned, as the loss has to be made up (again?) somewhere.

As I see it, put in time (not too far off however) the 35% rebate/ periodic sale on this 32bit product before becoming redundant, the 64 bit product will be purchased regardless anyway some even state settling that matter.

Will the C750/ 605 as advertised still come to market for the 32bit platform? Or will it now after all this be put on the low burner and eventually be disregarded completely whilst expediting releases of the 64bit products, cutting losses where possible. I hope not...

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As someone who operates an XL (as well as the II,V, & Ultra) for my day job in the Real World, I'll be keeping my eye on this one to see how the 64bit version turns out.  Personally, I don't see the price point as problematic as long as the visual quality, depth of systems, and excellent customer support are all there...we'll see. Simmers have increasingly made the move towards study-level simulation, and FS aircraft at that level take years to complete, the price point reflects that work. That said, count me among the potential customers disappointed in the choice of NavData provider. Like it or not, Navigraph has indeed become the standard and I'm not excited about having to purchase yet another database provider to fly with updated databases. Went through the same issue with the Vertx DA-62, though they are working to provide Navigraph integration in the future.

Years ago, ESDG released the very best GA add-on aircraft for FS2004/FSX and then basically fell off the radar. P3D updates eventually came along for the CX, which I purchased, though in my opinion it'd been left behind graphically by other newer products and was relegated to back of the virtual hangar. Regardless, It's a good thing to see them back in our community providing much needed competition the GA space.

We NEED good study-level complex GA aircraft! Hopefully, they've kept up with where flight simulation technology has gone in that time-span.  They've got my attention. If the product lives up to it's price point, I'll likely be purchasing... and I'll probably begrudgingly update that stupid database too...


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On 11/19/2019 at 12:23 AM, N400QW said:

Fellows, we are exhausted at the moment but will try to have something for you all by Saturday or Sunday.

Hi Ron,

Is there any word on screenshots/video? 🙂


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Sorry Greg, been out of office for last few days and am now involved in holiday/family plans. My apologies for stating something I could not deliver.

 


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Ron Hamilton ASEL

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28 minutes ago, N400QW said:

Sorry Greg, been out of office for last few days and am now involved in holiday/family plans. My apologies for stating something I could not deliver.

 

No problem Ron, enjoy your time with family and holiday 🙂


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I had posted some images in the FSX forum thread for the XLS+.  As someone else who has purchased the addon stated, it looks better in the sim than in the stills.


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1 hour ago, WarpD said:

I had posted some images in the FSX forum thread for the XLS+.  As someone else who has purchased the addon stated, it looks better in the sim than in the stills.

Great! Thank you. Can you comment on systems and sounds?


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I can not... I am one of the developers. 🙂


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