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  1. While the interior textures of the FSW Lear 35 do leave a bit to be desired, it is a fantastic bird. Systems and flight are very well modeled in relation to the real aircraft.
  2. If I’m not mistaken Editvoicepack allows you to create custom callsigns. Just don’t ask me to tell you how as I have never messed with that part.
  3. I understand your frustrations. I am waiting for some news on what Aerosoft intends to do with Anchorage X. It’s such a gateway airport for so many areas. Would love to see this brought up to modern standards.
  4. As I’m sure you are aware, the FSL A320 is heavy on resources. Check out the settings post by Rob Ainscough for some pointers. I have always found his suggestions to be a great place to start tweaking your own. I will leave a link to Rob’s post below. Hope it helps. http://p3dwiki.com/graphics.html
  5. The only other item you need to go with this is a pair of MFG Crosswind pedals.
  6. As with every new release from Carenado, I am thankful I did not give them my hard earned money. It’s amazing that people still pay them for this. While I am a systems guy, I can completely understand the desire for a simplified “fire up and fly” aircraft. And they do have some of, if not the best, visually appealing aircraft. But there are always problems that are so basic with every release. I do wish Carenado would get some proper Beta Testers to catch the simple things before shoveling another product out the door.
  7. FSX-MS

    Personally I would love to have an Aerostar. Great little planes.
  8. I am curious as to when this will be updated as well. Did not even think about it not being compatible when I bought it. Oops.
  9. Don’t forget the Flysimware MU-2. One of the best turboprops available for P3D. And as others have stated the Q400 is coming out tomorrow. That is the one I am highly anticipating.
  10. Hello Rob, Quick question for you if you have a moment. I’ve always found your 4K settings very handy as a basis for my system. Would you by chance have an updated version posted somewhere for V4.0 or V4.1? I checked your website but didn’t see anything new there. Thanks for your time.
  11. I know the topic of split scimitar winglets has been discussed at length, and as far as I recall, it’s on the very back burner at best. Primarily because it is not just a visual effect but it changes the flight dynamics, which would require a lot of work to integrate. Personally I would be ok with paying a fair price to just have the visual effect, but I understand PMDG’s reasoning. I think you will find that the next gen flight deck, or MAX if I remember would be in a desperate update. Im sure this will draw fire so I will pull on my flak jacket now, but I would not mind an entirely new product for the MAX series. I would buy it in a heart beat. I have yet to find a PMDG product that is not worth the price.
  12. This is excellent news. This is easily my most eagerly anticipated aircraft for P3Dv4. I purchased it just before V4 released when I had no V3 installed so I have been unable to enjoy flying it. I know it’s going to be even better than before.
  13. FS Labs did say that they would release for P3Dv4 “before most people have the chance to get paid again” while they were at Cosford. That typically is every two weeks, so I’m guessing that means by the end of the month.
  14. FSX-MS

    I am in the same camp as most it seems. My money will be staying in my bank account until the P3Dv4 version is released. It seems a little odd, that with the current state of the simulation community, that they would push this out the door without full support for the most current platform. Feels like they might be trying to recoup some of their development costs by releasing in this manner rather than what has become the industry standard of offering both platforms at the same time. Maybe its just me, but I dont get the warm and fuzzy feeling that usually goes with a new release. And also like a lot of you, I am not going to reinstall FSX SE for one aircraft. That platform caused so many headaches over the years that it is effectively dead to me. Not that we will ever see them, but I would be curious to see the sales figures for this release compared to the day they release the P3Dv4 version.
  15. This probably on of the best, readily available shots on the web right now. I know it's not as fancy as her current red scheme, but it's the one I worked with almost daily for well over a decade. And the one that drove me to spend countless hours helping Mark create the Lear we have now. N405GJ Classic Paint