lol I know I would probably buy an A2A build of any of the above mentioned planes.
Lately I have been a bit of a biplane kick lately with Golden Age Sim Wacos and Stearmans...especially the CTO. I might be the only one dreaming of an Accusimed Waco CTO but hey we can all dream can't we?
I am not sure how many biplane lovers are here but any of you remember Bill Lyon's great Waco YMF and Travelair for FS02/04? Either of those might be a beauty in A2A. I know Maam is working on their N3N which shoud be a beauty. But a classic trainer/sport biplane might be a fun GAish follow up to the Cub. You could have Heidi again in the front seat...maybe with a parachute so she can bail out if she thinks your flying skills stink. There is just somthing about crusing around in a round open cockpit biplane that is like riding around in Harley or an Indian
In the GA biplane theme one of the ultimates might have to be the G17S Staggerwing...a D model would be very very nice too but I think the G is the 'ulitmate'. I think I would have to buy the whole A2A staff alcoholic medicinal beverages of their choice if they did one of these
Postwar classic GA birds would be fun too such as straight tail Cessna's, Comanches, Bonanzas, Navions...etc and have the full accusim deal to simulate aircraft ownership such as having to have various components replaced and overhauled. What about being able to really preflight your bird and say open the cowl and spot an oil leak or inspect the wheels and spot a tire low on air. Proper preflights make us all better pilots:) Could have a 'cost' meter of sorts to give you an idea of how much you would be spending in real life and how a 60 dollar flight sim package really isn't a lot of money compared to the real thing
"The knack of flying is learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss." - Douglas Adams