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  1. Your entire statement is the work of a troll. Just absolute nonsense from a person who clearly and very obviously has no actual idea of what they are talking about. Hopefully the OP will have had the sense to see it for what it is and instead listens to the people with real world experience.
  2. There is one book that is considered the bible and almost mandatory reading for pilots: Stick n Rudder. Never before or since has there been a better book to learn about flying and it is as relevant to a sim pilot as it is to a real world 747 captain. Stick and Rudder: An Explanation of the Art of Flying By Wolfgang Langewiesche | Used | 9780070362406 | World of Books It's not hard to read at all, it is very human. I highly recommend this to you.
  3. Oh how terrible! I wonder if Asobo are even aware they have to prove their professionalism to you Maxis. Perhaps you should write a letter to the manager of Asobo, informing them of their duty. My friend Karen told me this can be very effective, you should try it.
  4. Just to clear this up, rudder trim is not used to counter 'crosswind'. A TBM like all aircraft is designed to fly at a speed range, usually at cruise power no rudder trim is required. If you depart from that speed range, for example; when climbing or descending or in slow straight and level flight, then you will require a rudder input. Rudder trim then comes into play. It is as simple as that, establishing a crab angle has nothing to do with rudder trim.
  5. Heh sounds great.. but for that sort of dough I think I would rather spend it on avgas. Maybe some terrible weather over winter might change my mind.
  6. Yeah, definitely can't run the G1000 and G3000 mods together at the moment. 😕
  7. Sadly does not work for me.. the C208 screens are frozen when this is installed.
  8. Interesting.. I have no clue on why the control surfaces are responding as they do for me, I don't have any issues with the default aircraft. Just this one. It is basically too frustrating to actually fly because it is near impossible to maintain straight and level flight, it's either pitching up or down, if the nose is dropping, slight back pressure and instantly it 'jumps' to the up notch, forward pressure.. back to the down notch. There is absolutely no finesse.. it feels like there are about 4 deflections in all directions with nothing in between.
  9. I picked it up.. can't really attest to it's accuracy of flight model due to problem below, what I can say the landing gear is WAY too spongy, the sounds are so out of whack.. fuel pump is about 200% or greater too loud.. strange loud grinding noise on taxi. I refuse to even put the fuel pump on, because it so overpoweringly annoying. The flight model.. from what I can see this is very crude. The issue I have is the controls.. tiniest movement on elevators does not translate to anything other than a sudden jump up or down.. like the elevators are some how on a notch. You get absolutely no translation of small control inputs (slight back pressure for example). I have tried with response curves on yoke using FSUIPC but same deal. The ailerons and trim is also similarly effected. It is totally unrealistic. It seems that the controls are really coarse. I do not have this problem with any of the default aircraft. Very disappointed and this needs either an update or a refund.
  10. Scott, I can only go on my own experience of aircraft ownership (and the experience of aviation buddies) the fixed and operating costs are easy to assess from an affordability standpoint. The thing that gets you, is all the unexpected costs.. things like sudden oil leaks appearing.. because a seal has failed, dings in props needing filing, avionics playing up (crackly radios and so on). Most aircraft the majority of people own are old or near ancient machines which have in many cases changed hands a dozen times, little faults and snags come up all the time. I highly doubt you will find an aircraft owner that will make a financial argument to you about private ownership.
  11. So, your in a sim.. go to another airport and fly an ILS perhaps? You want to find something specifically that is not working great yet and pick that as the thing you must do just so you can whine and complain about it? Suspect this is a generational thing. Anyway it doesn't sound to me like your going to enjoy flying or flight simming at all, it is not for everyone. Have you consider train simulator?
  12. Currently, as far as I am aware.. the GPS is displaying RNAV fixes on the screen is it not? Yes the autopilot may or may not track them correctly. How exactly are you finding this impossible? What part of flying the procedure is giving you trouble? The approach plate will give you all the information you need to conduct the approach providing you have those fixes and can navigate to them.
  13. Why don't you elaborate that a bit more.. why not add to it.. "with an engine fire.." for extra effect? The answer to that question is you would do what you would do in real life when confronted with a problem, divert to a nearby ILS for your descent and then fly VFR above MSA to the RNAV only airport if weather permits. Read my post above.. I couldn't care any less about your experience going forward with MSFS.. perhaps you will continue to rant and rave on forums feeling impotent or perhaps you can learn some civility, and that you don't have to exaggerate everything you say.
  14. I'm happy with MSFS and you are not, in your world "totally broken".. I have tried to give you examples of how you can overcome the current limitations and gaps in your knowledge but instead you wish to persist in these childish responses and yet more instance that it's all broken. This is not going to go anywhere constructive.. so okay.. it's broken.. tough world kid, perhaps go do something fun.
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