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Hi, First, I'd like to say that I'm extremely pleased with RC4. It's a great program that adds alot to the dimension of Fs2004.I have a few flights under my belt. All so far have been fairly good except for the one I did last night in a Mooney Bravo. I checked the prop setting etc, etc. All was good until I was cleared for the ILS 24L in CYUL.Granted, the Bravo is a fast aircraft. However, it can't keep up with a CRJ on approach. Yet, RC4 cleared me to the ILS and had a Ultimate Traffic CRJ descend 500' in front of me even after I was on the glide slope... he even told me that a CRJ was less then a mile at my 12 O'Clock! Thank God my ILS tracking was a bit off because I would have been a permanent fixture on the CRJ's landing gear! However, the CRJ vortex (I use AS6) nearly fliped my Bravo upside down and almost caused a wing to be riped off because of excess G! Needless to say that my FsPassengers pax didn't like it!Of course, since a CRJ was now on the runway, I got the go around. To save time, I requested a visual on 24R which I got and subsequently the tower OK to land. Landed without a problem and exited the runway. Ground clears me to taxi and puts me in a face to face with an Air Canada 747-400. Finaly made it to the gate and ended my flight. When I got the flight report, RC4 told me that my flight skills where terrible and that I had to go around and never received the OK for landing (he actually sent a NAVCAN rep to take away my licence... the nerves! Thank God it's only a game! :) :) :)Anyway, would it be possible to have greater separation for IFR traffic on approach especially when someone is flying a prop aircraft? With Active Sky 6 and the wake turbulence setting in effect, I could really cause an unecessary crash if the vectors are too tight or if another aircraft is cleared on top of you!Thanks,Phil

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