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Hey guys check out this new product, absolutely fantastic!! Will be released soon. Avsim management doesn't seem to like it but the screen shots look absolutely stunning!!http://fullterrain.com/

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>3/2 this topic gets deleted as well.I never bet on a sure thing!!!

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What is the deal with this thread? I posted a question and then when a email notification came in with the threadid, it was deleted, or page not found.So I have to pose my question again, with FTX around the corner, would it be best to wait, or purchase UTX?Thoughts comments, (Please hurry!)Thanks!Barry

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>Hey guys check out this new product, absolutely fantastic!!>Will be released soon. Avsim management doesn't seem to like>it but the screen shots look absolutely stunning!!>>http://fullterrain.com/Yes no doubt about it this one is definitely looking like a ground breaking product. It is set for release on the 5th of March and it's just the first piece of a puzzle that will span the entire globe. The Australian fs scene is really shining these days and the team from Orbx seem to be leading the charge!Obviously there is an interest in this product Mr Allensworth! But tell us... are you convinced enough to allow this thread to survive?Maybe some of the contributors to the last thread that was deleted could again provide their non "blatant" and impartial thoughts on this great project.

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Maybe I'm missing something, but perhaps someone can explain this screenshot to me that is on the Orbx website:http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/185747.jpgI thought FTX was a landclass/texture replacement product. This screenshot doesn't show any landclass improvements, texture improvements, and doesn't even appear to have been taken inside of FSX.I also notice a lot of screenshot comparisons to FS9. I can't find the screenshot comparisons to FSX. Can anyone point me to them?Thanks.

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I contributed to the last thread but I have no problems with Tom kicking it into to touch. As a Kiwi, the confirmation that two great products including coverage of New Zealand may be available sometime this year (fingers crossed, fingers crossed, fingers crossed....) was just fantastic. But, while the GEX folk went to considerable lengths to welcome the FTX launch, it seems the Orbix folk were more intent on highlighting 'how much better' they believed their product was in comparison. That was clearly a bridge too far for the mods. We love to hear about competing products, but you just don't bag your competitor, especially in this type of forum. Sharp lesson administered. Hopefully, we can hear more from Orbix about this great product (in a less advertorial way) as it progesses beyond launch. With the thread deleted, I can't exactly remember what Nick Needham from GEX said but it was along the lines of horses for courses i.e. both products offered capabilites that would appeal to different audiences or would fill gaps not offered by the other product. Aint that the truth! The seamless nature of the these two great products suggests to me they will both find themselves co-habitating the same disk drive at my place! And Ausfltsim, I think us downunders will be the better for it (-:CheersTerry

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>just trying to annoy the powers that be>>>vive la resistance!!Comparing the "Resistance" to this kind of childish behavior is an insult to History my friend.No, this post won't be deleted.It will remain as a warning to the guys that don't understand elementary rules that they will be immediately banned from Avism's forums if they play this mediocre game.Last call for you Marten.

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