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Glynn

Good B737NG for FSX?

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With the PMDG B73NG for FSX being some time away, does anyone have a good suggestion for a freeware/payware NG? More emphasis on the panel than the exterior model.Thanks- Bruce.

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The Arianes available at the moment are not compatible with FSX.Also contain some bugs which I hope will be fixed with the new versions.I've heard that release date for the FSX-versions is about 4 months away.

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Nice looking website but I would like comments about the software from people who currently have the PMDG NG's. Nice designs but does it have the functionality that we should expect from a systems point of view?jack

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Yep, after further review i'll pass on it. :D Sure looked good though. After doing a forum search, I have seen mostly negative comments about this heavy. I'll wait for the PMDG 737NG.

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The PMDG looks like it's going to be a while.If you're looking at a mid-range jet, the Russian team at Airsimmer looks like it's about to release what looks like a very promising Airbus A319/320/321.Given that SamDim design is involved (great freeware) and if you read some of the team's bios, this may be what fills the gap in a complex mid-range add-on until the NGX is out...http://www.airsimmer.com/products.htm

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If you're willing to compromise a bit, http://wwww.wilcopub.com has a 737-300/400/500 that's pretty good. It's not NG, but it fills the gap until PMDG has theirs out. From what I've read in the PMDG forums, I don't think you can expect the 737NG anytime soon (2008 sometime). It seems like they're going to work on the 747, then the MD11, and finally get to the 737.

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Thanks for all the helpful replies, especially those cautionary ones (note taken, thanks). And thanks also for the reference to the WP B73 classic, I already have this and agree that it's a nice model and well done.Bruce.

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