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  1. Thank you very much guys for the update, really appreciated. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  2. Exquisite, thank you very much indeed, really appreciated. I'll leave mine in the hanger, not crazy enough to take it for a spin, my wings would have fallen off. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  3. There can never be too many skins for this, it allows us to wander the maps anytime without necessarily doing anything more than just sight seeing. Not exactly 'rusting in a hangar' but great work all the same, a real barn find would most likely require missing fabric all over the place, would be amazing for adding to the static U-2 object if that is possible in the mission builder, for use on airfields that have been abandoned many moons ago. Take care. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  4. Looking forward to those map improvements, thank you very much for the update, really appreciated, hope you guys had a great holiday. The Panther looks superb, probably one of the best looking tanks of the period, if you can actually call such a huge lump of metal beautiful then it takes the trophy, glad I was never on the receiving end of its armament, pity the poor guys that were. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  5. Did you notice the fate of the other Fairey Battle in the picture, he was not so lucky. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  6. Single engine fighter would have to be P-36 and B-239. Twin engine would have to be the Bristol Blenheim Mk.I and IV because of the extensive use they had they would essentially fit most maps. And, and, and, oh you know, build everything so we all get a favourite. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  7. looks better every time you post a film Pattle, I got a little carried away with the lighting and scenery until everything went boom and I was brought back from my dream state, the smoke and dust is great. Those palm trees are awesome by the way, and the clumps of grass. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  8. Never been a particular fan of night flying myself, however, those images do seem to capture that environment very well. Something I always found annoying was that night time had a strange banding like effect in most things I have played, admittedly this might be a issue with my particular rig rather than a problem sim wise but those images look good, night looks like what it should I guess although comparing then with today is difficult as the night sky is anything but dark now especially over cities. Getting caught in those search lights all that way from home must have been terrifying, the whole detail of the He-III is readily apparent in the shots, every line and rivet, cannot wait for the damage shots at night. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  9. Whenever it is released, early or late, there will be outrage and whining because there will always be something that folks consider to be not quite right. This is flight sim world and that is how it has always been, try as hard as they might to make everything perfect the development team is always on a hiding to nothing it seems, you only have to take a look at the problems Jason and his gang have to deal with to see that, nothing is ever bug free, the harder you try sometimes the more difficult you make things for yourself so bring it on and embrace the furore. Take care. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  10. Sorry to say guys I also have difficulty, the glasses you know and the image moving from one into the other did not help. Maybe still images of the same scene in both versions might help, however, at the end of the day we all have different rigs so what looks good for one maybe not for others, what we see in use on our own will ultimately determine what we feel is adequate or not. Come on guys, please release the thing, you cannot hold on to it forever. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  11. Another campaign finally finished and enjoyed, thank you very much, really appreciated. Where would we be without these superb scripted campaigns? Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  12. Great campaign, thank you very much, really appreciated. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  13. Ouch, that thing sure makes a mess, glad I was not on the receiving end. Did I ever tell you there can never be too many Hurricanes, build them all I say, and be smart about it please. Wishing you all the very best, Pete.
  14. All the best to all, have a good one. Take care, Pete.
  15. I resemble that remark, I wish a especially great New Year to all, especially us whiners et al. All the best guys.
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