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WOW! the upcoming Monoco from Aerosft!

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Looks very good!Shame it doesn't have a Grand Prix mode with specially made AI cars blasting around the famed F1 circuit...that would REALLY bring it to life :)

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>I'm thinking about making a rule against topics that start>with "WOW!"Ok, nevermind. After looking at the screenshots, I'm with you. Wow.

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I second that "Wow" :-)I think I'm going to move to Monaco...Bryan

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Monaco is real nice, been there a few times.. and residents dont pay taxes :)

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>Monaco is real nice, been there a few times.. and residents>dont pay taxes :)>We can fix that! Let's send them Ted Kennedy to be the King!Pete S.

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Now why can't we see something like that except in the united states.

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Really a scenery for Helo pilots isn't it. Stunning stuff as it is. I can't see it fitting into my uses. (Iron flyer).Saw fireworks over that harbour in 1998. A most memorable night. I was staying on a boat which even made it better.

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Gonna go with a "wow" :)Oh btw, whats the fps, like 3fps on fastest CPU today?

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>Now why can't we see something like that except in the united>states.I used to be "only US" flyer for a long time. There are more payware quality freeware and even addons in general for Europe than for the US...At least for FS9 I think. And the places are a little closer to one another... So I am flying Europe more and more.Maybe they feel neglected by the default flight sim..and their countries are small...and so they tend to take it on themselves and compensate... Its a true hobby spirit at work.Manny

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I have to agree - fantastic stuff but as the shots themselves indicate most of those objects can never be really, really appreciated from the perspective of a pilot.Still, ever-increasing levels of extra-airport detail are inevitable I guess. I'm sure such things and more will be as natural in future versions as rolling plane wheels are now.regards,Markhttp://www.dreamfleet2000.com/a320/custbanner2.jpgPC Power Silencer 470/3.2HT/2048mb/ATI X1950pro/SB Audigy

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That looks incredible. They've done an magnificent job on this scenery. *Puts this on my "To buy" list*

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Aerosoft just can't stop. Have a look at previews of the upcoming Aspen Colorado scenery. http://www.forum.aerosoft.com/viewtopic.php?t=10970Obviously Aerosoft and Cloud9 designers have the tools and the know how. I can feel the rise of the FSX empire. In FS2004 i flew around in the big iron eagles a lot. In FSX I do a lot more VFR flying and enjoy Cloud9 Bergen and Aerosoft Helgoland X so much.Ulf B :-)

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One of my twin Daughters left last night from KEWR to Paris, then onto Rome, and finally Monte Carlo.I WILL buy Monaco because not only is it spectacular, but it will give me a good feeling flying where she is currently visiting.Does that sound like a good reason?

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Sorry for the stupid spelling error. I just filled the gas tank in my car with SUNOCO gasoline, and must have had the price per gallon of that brand on my mind (Monoco...Sunoco).Just joking...Yes, my daughter is looking forward to the French Riviera.....in Monaco.

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