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Anyone try this model out yet? The tutorials on YouTube are very poor quality. In the one video it seemed to porpoise up and down a lot in FLC mode. Wondering if the VNAV actually functions like the real thing? And wondering if DIRECT TO works correctly of it's just piggybacked on top of the same old default FSX FMS system.  None of these functions were demonstrated in the video, so I am skeptical. I can't see spending $80.00 to find out.

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Look for a similar thread here at Avsim about this aircraft.

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The only things "default" in this release are the landing/taxi lights, since there are no practical alternatives...


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I’ve had it for a few months now but don’t recall trying the Direct To, I’ll have to check that out. As for VNAV, it’s very smooth, I use it on almost every flight. I wasn’t aware that the landing/taxi lights are “default” they work well also. The systems depth is fantastic and they’ve made even more improvements with SP1 that was released last week. It’s definitely some of MilViz’s best work, which is saying something. I wasn’t keen on shelling out $80 either but very glad I did. If it’s lacking in anything it is documentation. There is a 67 page user guide but that doesn’t even scratch the surface on the PL-21 and FMS-3000. MilViz refers you to their YouTube videos. The good thing is that the systems are so well done you can use real-world documentation and videos to help you along. There’s an operators guide for the Collins FMS-3000 for the Cessna Citation Encore+, a Google search will pop it right up. 


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