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Anyone pick this up from the marketplace?  I'm a little hesitant as the textures look similar to P3D era.  There is a freeware one at flightsim.to that's okay.  This payware version definitely looks more accurate than that though.

I love flying PNW so I'm leaning towards a purchase but I'd love to see some closeups of hangars from people who own it already.

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4 hours ago, ryanbatc said:

Anyone pick this up from the marketplace?  I'm a little hesitant as the textures look similar to P3D era.  There is a freeware one at flightsim.to that's okay.  This payware version definitely looks more accurate than that though.

I love flying PNW so I'm leaning towards a purchase but I'd love to see some closeups of hangars from people who own it already.

Spinoza is selling single buildings like a lighttower (!) on Simmarket for over 15 dollars (!): https://secure.simmarket.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=spinoza

Anyway over on Simmarket there might be more helpful screenshots for KVUO, see here: https://secure.simmarket.com/spinoza-kvuo-pearson-field-airport-msfs-(de_18725).phtml

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15 hours ago, Fiorentoni said:

Spinoza is selling single buildings like a lighttower (!) on Simmarket for over 15 dollars (!): https://secure.simmarket.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=spinoza

That's... astonishing.

I used to be into model railroading until I got tired of tearing up my layout every time I moved. You can get physical model buildings for that, and FS devs don't have to pay for raw materials, manufacturing or shipping.

https://www.hobbylinc.com/rix-1-story-house-w:-front-porch-model-railroad-building-kit-ho-scale-202

 

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19 hours ago, ryanbatc said:

Anyone pick this up from the marketplace?  I'm a little hesitant as the textures look similar to P3D era.  There is a freeware one at flightsim.to that's okay.  This payware version definitely looks more accurate than that though.

I love flying PNW so I'm leaning towards a purchase but I'd love to see some closeups of hangars from people who own it already.

I bought it because I used it as a favorite destination for over 20 years of simming (KHIOKVOUKPDX and return).  Frankly for 17.00 it sux. Don’t waste your money. The buildings are nice enough and reasonably accurate as is the drawbridge, but the ground textures are atrocious with gras on twy and worse.

YMMV TANSTAAFL

-B

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23 minutes ago, btacon said:

I bought it because I used it as a favorite destination for over 20 years of simming (KHIOKVOUKPDX and return).  Frankly for 17.00 it sux. Don’t waste your money. The buildings are nice enough and reasonably accurate as is the drawbridge, but the ground textures are atrocious with gras on twy and worse.

YMMV TANSTAAFL

-B

That's kinda what I thought.  Could use a really nice orbx version.


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