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  1. 787 or 717 would be a lot of fun for sure. The upcoming A330 by Aerosoft would also be an interesting possibility. In the next months I think I may spend more time working on DCS stuff. I've been neglecting it for quite some time now.
  2. The community has spoken! Bombardier CRJ700ER https://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-p3d-digital-aviation-crj700er/
  3. Note: these guides were done for X-Plane but they remain mostly applicable for their relevant P3D counterparts. Boeing 757-200 https://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-x-plane-11-flight-factor-757-200/ Boeing 767-300ER https://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-x-plane-11-flight-factor-767-300er/
  4. Interesting... I wasn't expecting the CRJ to have such a fan base!
  5. If it can help, I've done a flight with it and I enjoyed my experience. It's an immersive plane and most of the stuff you'd expect is clickable. If you follow most procedures from the flight manual, the aircraft operates in a believable manner. It's no A2A module but it's certainly much better than I initially anticipated. https://forums.mudspike.com/t/the-official-4th-annual-mudspike-christmas-flight-2018-edition/6950/331?u=chuck_owl
  6. I'm a bit torn on which guide to work on next. Boeing 757? 767? QW 787? Or maybe go a completely different route with the Aerosoft Bombardier CRJ700? Or the Avro Lancaster by Aeroplane Heaven? Or even the upcoming Avro Vulcan by Just Flight? Ugh! So many choices... so little time.
  7. I'm glad some folks found my guide useful. If you have suggestions for improvements or requests for other modules, I'm all ears.
  8. The 787 looks quite tempting indeed... I haven't seen many reviews about the QW 787, except maybe those who don't really go into the technical side of things (system fidelity, flight model accuracy, that sort of thing...). Is it any good?
  9. Two new guides are up. PMDG 777-200LR http://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-p3d-pmdg-777-200lr/ PMDG 747-400 http://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-p3d-pmdg-747-400/
  10. By the way, do you guys have any ideas/suggestions for improvements? (formatting, certain aspects better explained, etc.)
  11. @nealmac I've got a couple of items on my list. We're talking years of work though. Boeing 717 (TFDi, FSX/P3D) Boeing 737-200 (FlyJSim, X-Plane 11) Boeing 747-400 (PMDG, FSX/P3D) Boeing 757 (Flight Factor, X-Plane 11) Boeing 767 (Flight Factor, X-Plane 11) Boeing 777-200LR (PMDG, FSX/P3D) Bombardier CRJ700/900 (Aerosoft, FSX/P3D) Douglas DC-6B (PMDG, FSX/P3D) Lockheed L-049 Constellation (A2A, FSX/P3D) Martin B-57 Canberra PR.9 (Just Flight, FSX/P3D) Saab 340A (Leading Edge Simulations, X-Plane 11) Yakovlev Yak-52 (Eagle Dynamics, DCS) If you have any suggestions feel free to share them with us.
  12. Thanks for the kind words, everyone. I appreciate it. I'm currently torn between two modules for my next guide: the PMDG 747 or their 777. Which one should I go for first?
  13. Already in the works! http://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-x-plane/
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