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    P3DV4 i7-8700K GTX 1080TI-11GB 32GB RAM 2TB SAMSUNG 960 Pro Origin PC Custom Configuration Windows10

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  1. Love it! Would also really like to see shots down the Thames with all the London autogen.
  2. P3dV4.2 Scenery Library

    Not on the opening screen. Load a flight, even the default flight, and you'll find a menu bar at the top. Click on "World" and scroll down to "Scenery Library" John
  3. Paris, Orly to Leipzig/Halle

    great screenshots!
  4. Wonderful choice of screen shots. Bolzano one of the more exciting places to fly in northern Italy. John
  5. SSD hard drive running low

    Good question. At 20% free space I notice performance slowing down.
  6. Very Impressive! As real as it gets! JOHN AUSTIN,TX
  7. On average, how much time do you take to get into the air?

    Airline flights take longer of course. Route planning, FMC loading, weather briefing, aircraft loading and startup from cold and dark, and sometimes long taxis. GA VFR flights don't take as long to get off the ground, even from cold and dark state. I do these when my sim time is limited. I enjoy them both! JOHN
  8. KSAF to KABQ

    very impressive. great detail everywhere. I especially like the grooved concrete airfield pavement. John A Austin Tx
  9. ORBX. A short day in Alaska

    Very well done. Good enough to be postcards! JOHN
  10. With Everts Air into Ancorage

    nice landing!
  11. ENBR to ENOV

    Great place to fly this time of year, lots of snow, limited daylight. Great shots you gave us! John
  12. ORBX. Winter fairy tale

    Fabulous, these look like postcards! John
  13. Boston City

    great shots, Ryan! John
  14. Beautiful shots of the Olympic Mountains, and I agree with Ryan on your choice of aircraft. Cushman Meadows, although fictional, is a real challenge to land and takeoff with larger aircraft.. John
  15. What a fantastic setup. I'm sure you will enjoy many hours in that cockpit. Great job! John