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  1. Hi Maarten, I have used simbrief but prefer PFPX as there is more features. The auto-find routes aren't the worse but I would like to strive for as more realism as I can. I'll guess I keep the current setup I have, unless there is another website where i can find RW European routing. Thanks Joe
  2. Hi Just a quick question. The auto-route can be questionable at times. I use flightaware for RW routing in the US, what can I use outside of the US for routings? Thanks
  3. Wasn't the original 41 near study sim level? (I didn't have enough time with it before moving to P3D)
  4. I know that a few people won't sway PMDG, I'm only pushing for it because I have a close connection to the the largest operator of the 41. So I'm being biased.
  5. I did the return flight yesterday and I wish I turned it off as it got annoying having to turn it off all the time.
  6. Yes you would have to rebuy the NGX, even to test, I could be wrong but I'm sure that PMDG doesn't have trial periods. Active sky I'm not sure about as I got it after I got P3D, navigraph wouldn't have to be re-purchased. VATSIM and V-Pilot are free. Dynamic lighting I have turned off untill its fixed. I would also say I had a massive increase in performance in P3D compared to FSX. Although I get the same FPS, in P3D the settings are maxed out. In FSX they were quite minimal.l
  7. I was in the same boat as you back when P3D V2 was released, I had to rebuy the 737 and T7 and being a younger teenager at the time, £250 (ish) was a fair amount, (upgrading to V3 & V4 was a easier decision) . FSX and the steam version have a fair amount of bugs, any bugs in P3D are because they were there in FSX. The main bug I can think of is where memory would not be dumped so OOMs are easy to get if running a lot of high end addons. As Zuendholz said eye-candy, is actually a smaller part of what LM has done to P3D. Also the major thing with P3D V4 is that it is 64bit appose to FSXs 32bit. EDIT: Zuendholz I didn't see your response as we where probably typing at the same time
  8. Personally I don't think anyone was being sarcastic or putting anyone down, just being realistic, and no-one said that it wasn't ok asking for an aircraft to be considered. As Kevin said PMDG know what they are doing years in advance. I said in another forum that it would be great if every aircraft past and present are developed at PMDG standard, however that will never happen, so companies like PMDG have to choose an aircraft that would be successful in term of sales, as even though flight simulation is mainly a hobby, they are like any other company and want to make a profit.
  9. Indeed. Although I believe that their is no harm in asking, I doubt we would sway PMDG roadmap as they are more knowledgeable than us and know what would sell
  10. although a business jet would be nice. I don't think a business jet would be a commercial success. P.S Full names in the forum
  11. Yes both acft are in RW service along with the MAX but are newer that other acft so data may not be available.
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