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  1. Like many others here, I would love to see the conversion of the DC-6 to P3Dv.3. Just curious if PMDG would ever do any type of military transport aircraft. The Boeing C-17 Globemaster seems like a perfect candidate, plus it's obviously a Boeing aircraft. TD
  2. Thanks for the very quick response Mark. First I'll have to purchase the PMDG 747 QOTS. I usually fly the smaller private and commercial aircraft, but the 747 looks very tempting. If only PMDG would release a P3Dv3 version of the the DC-6, but that's for another forum.
  3. Am I correct in assuming that a Kindle Fire would not be compatible with this software application? I apologize if this question has been asked before, but I could not find any information on it. Thanks, TD
  4. Thanks for the clarification David. Sorry if I jumped to conclusions, but I saw what I saw. We'll all look forward to better graphics when the product is released..............................maybe someday???
  5. I hate to be the kill-joy here, but I'm not impressed with the cockpit graphics in this video. To me, the graphics look very cartoonesque, not realistic at all. The cockpit graphics with PMDG, A2A and Carenado products are much more realistic. Just one man's opinion, but it's what I see here. Thanks to David though for posting the video. TD
  6. I'm impressed you used the word "vitriolic" Kyle. That one sent me to Dictionary.com, but I do speak a little like Rocky Balboa at times. Now I have to wait for a chance to use it at work. TD
  7. I really really want to buy and love this plane, it's exactly the style of old school plane I enjoy to fly, but a quick question first for those of you who already have it. To me the VC and panels look a little cartoonesque, e.g. not as realistic as some of the other flight sim planes on the market. I know this is fairly typical for Just Flight, but is anyone else seeing this or are the graphics considerably better on your systems vs the beta video shown. Thanks, TD
  8. I never really gave the RealAir Legacy much of a look, but after following the link to the RealAir site and checking it out, it's going to be a definite buy when the P3Dv2 version comes out. I have the new RealAir Turbine Duke V2 for P3Dv2 and it rocks! Thanks for the heads up Graig. Marcus, if you don't already have it and it doesn't have to be a two seater, give the RealAir Turbine Duke V2 some serious consideration. TD
  9. Prayers, peace & solitude be with you and all of your loved ones Tom. I express my sadness in hearing of this news, but most of all I would like to pass along my gratitude for your service and kindness towards all of us. AVSIM will be part of your long lasting legacy and a gift to every member here at AVSIM. I once had a very wise patient, a woman 97 years old, who said something that I will never forget. She told me that "what she hoped for most of all when she passed on into the next life, that there would be work to do and she could be of service." I know you will always sore high in the heavens being of service watching down upon all of us, most importantly your loved ones. God Bless and you are truly in my prayers. TD
  10. Captain Sim's version is a nice plane, but could use a little updating. A dedicated P3Dv2 version/installer would be nice too. I had it loaded into my previous install of P3Dv2, but I don't have it in my current re-install of P3Dv2. I can't remember what they were, but there were a couple of glitches in P3Dv2. BTW, I used the EMT for the previous install. Another plane I would add to my list would be MAAM sim's B-25J Briefing Time. I lot of fun to fly.
  11. I'm just curious what other members choices would be for the next Old School Aircraft in P3Dv2.++? I'm thinking pre-1980, but use your own discretion, no strict guidelines here. I can tell you that my current choice is already in production, PMDG's DC-6. The DC-6 is very closely followed by the Lockheed C-130 Hercules. At the time of it's first flight in 1954, an amazing aircraft. 2015, an amazing aircraft. I sure I'm not alone in stating that a HIGH quality C-130 would be a dream for many of us. And the rest of you would like to see??? Have fun at it. FYI, I was born in 1955, just a little insight into my perspective.
  12. I've got to tell you Dave I really resent this post. This is an internet forum. Internet forums are where people talk about things that interest them, things that excite them, things that make us old farts feel like a kid again. Yes, there are a few posts that are a little whiny and exhibit impatience, but overall, most sing the accolades of PMDG and the quality of the products they provide for us. If you don't appreciate this thread, then don't read or follow it. It's really that simple. Here's to Happy Flying, TD
  13. Every time I come back to this thread and see the pictures the adrenaline starts pumping. This baby is going to ROCK! It might be all I fly for about 6 months. It brings back the romance of flying, when it was something very special and rare to fly. Thanks to Rob and the entire team at PMDG. I obviously can't wait. Tim D
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