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Old 01-15-2006, 07:02 AM   #21 (permalink)
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No I woudn't compare bitmaps and implimentation of aircraft systems/ flight dynamics. I flew that aircraft last night after the patch again and had no problems at all. There are some minor glitches during the start up 'cold and dark' but otherwise it flyes quite well . FMC is one of the best I ever seen. Start up proceedure is really close to real except you dont't have to play with pneumatic system like in MDMAX. Other then that I got quite plesant flight.

Again my buddy 737 1st officers who also into FS aicraft recommend me this add-on as the one of the best ever on the market now.


If you are into outside look and interior then airplanes such MDMAX MD-80 and PIC 737 not for you. Try Captain Sim C-130 it's a very nice interior/exterior aircraft but complete fetish inside the cockpit.
I agree that the SP1 patch has evened a lot of faults out with the product, for example the "rollar coaster" style VNAV.

I am not prepared to accept the aircraft as a good flightsim addon because of the modifications, but I believe the amount of bugs that it had (and very obvious ones too) no way justified its release - simply Wilco were putting pressure on feelThere so they could cash in on the Christmas sales.

There are still a lot of bugs that a 737 pilot or engineer would notice, but to the average simmer now, most would be unrecognisable.
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