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  1. Aeroworx B200 for FS2004 was quite a piece of machinery - the best in those days.
  2. I'm from South Africa and we are always on the end of things - the forgotten country when it comes to Flight Sims. We have some decent FREE FSX scenery from Aerworx, the mesh and all. Somewhere I have dowloaded a descent FACT and the old FAJS (FAOT) and I initially developed the FALE (King Shaka) airport and due to work pressure handed over to someone else who made an excellent job of the scenery especially the terminal buildings. With this said, NMG is only OK but quite expensive. Unfortunately if you look at the fine design detail you'll realize it was hasty jobs, especially looking at the small airports .Someone mentioned AFCAD and I agree, but not all. Kruger National is an excelent job and so are a few other. BUT, I will not purchase anymore NMG scenery due to these facts mentioned. I have moved on to X-Plane, have plenty of time on hand and is currently indulging into scenery design again - which seems to be a breeze - have all the tools and 10% knowledge. So all in all, NMG is in the middle if it comes to quality, but high-end when it comes to price. There is a lot of decent free FSX scenery on AVSIM, unfortunatly I do not know of PD3/4. Richard's statement is 100% OK. With the default FSX scenery which depicts Cape Town region as a nearly arid landscape and a hill for the iconic Table Mountain, NMG's Cape Town scenery was made in heaven. My 2 cents.
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