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  1. Just to be clear....I'm not talking down about the module or the people who will buy it. I think it's great that ED continues to produce aircraft modules and I'm glad we have another option for our combat simulation addictions. I'm just not that interested in this particular module at this time. I have not yet bought the Ju52 for IL2 yet for similar reasons, yet do not think poorly of anyone who has. Have fun and fly and fight in what you want!
  2. 39 USD? Meh...just not enough interest on my part to buy it now. Guess if I get the urge to fly an I-16...I'll stick with IL-2 Great Battles. I'm sure that will work out well.
  3. How much do they want for the I-16 module? If it's the standard 50-60 USD they can forget it.....I might consider 20-30 USD. The fact it is just a target for every other released aircraft except the unarmed Christian Eagle and some of the 'copters isn't helping my buying decision. Likely this would just get shuffled to the backlist of modules I still have to learn....so for me it's not a priority.
  4. That would work for me as well!
  5. Agreed....but Persian Gulf would be the most interesting for me. Yeah. I have a similar fear the Mirage project will disappear for that reason. The Mirage IIIC is my favorite plane from that era (followed closely by the Crusader). So I will shed many manly tears if they drop it.
  6. Good. That was my understanding as well.... but ED sometimes makes some odd choices so one never knows. Now they need the Mirage III and F4 they have been talking out and that should flesh out the "60s" fighters nicely!
  7. ^ this. Please oh please oh please....any F-8 variant would be fine! Well...other than the pure recon versions, of course...what fun would that be?! :D KV
  8. Looks like Chuck Owl's new guide for the MiG-19P is out. https://www.mudspike.com/chucks-guides-dcs-mig-19p-guide/
  9. I'd be OK with GPS, but to be honest the majority of the maps on this server are pretty easy to navigate without it (especially the D-Day map).
  10. I had no problems racking up G14, K4 and D9s in a Spit IX this weekend on Combat Box. My K/D against these planes was more than adequate....and I'm rusty as h_ll after six weeks of almost no IL-2 flying. BTW....fantastic server......Bravo! I was so tired of the Wings of Liberty plane sets and missions I'd almost given up on IL2 for the time being until Bodenplatte was fully released. Your server changed that. Please keep it up!
  11. Sorry for repeating your points.....I missed your prior post. My bad.
  12. Have you tried using a game optimizer to disable unneeded services running in the background? I had a similar micro stutter problem a few years ago when I first started playing Cliffs of Dover and it turned out the problem had to do with two services running in the background. I now use a game optimizer (Razer Game Boost) to disable many background tasks before I play any game just to be sure I don't have a similar problem. One more thing: Try disabling the real time scanning feature of your anti virus software or see if it supports a "Gaming Mode". AV software can sometimes cause problems (depending on what vendor you use).
  13. Of course Virpil comes out with this....two months after I buy a T-50 CM grip. I foresee a nearly new T-50 CM grip up for sale on eBay in the very near future!
  14. Great job as always, Jason and Devs. I hope one day soon to enjoy the fruits of your labor again....sadly my "real life" job has me working almost as hard as you guys. Almost. 😁
  15. It's actually a problem for us "flat screen, non-VR" players too. But I also agree it's probably more realistic. I almost always fly with the canopy open if I am flying Allied / Russian, not only because of the poor glass quality but also the bad rearward visibility of many Allied planes. As for standing up into the wind being a cheat, maybe not. I'm sure some pilots may have done something similar (at least at slower speeds), but it would require unbuckling one's harness. It would be really fun if the simulator modeled your pilot falling out of the plane if you are standing looking around and for some reason rolled inverted.
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