Curious to see what it is. Seeing as I took the plunge a way long time ago on the 377 and haven't looked back. So whatever this is will most likely be a must have. I know I would like, and would speculate. I am most likely wrong though so not even going to bother.
Hopefully it is on the smaller side and has a pretty decent range at a minimum, and radials. Is about the only expectations I am going to set in my mind. Now the wait begins to the weekend!
As far as the DC-6 goes they have already said they are bringing it to FSX/P3D as this is an exercise for them to see the viability of porting the software from one to the other. They already mentioned a second project under development that they will be converting from FSX to X-Plane to see how that goes. Robert in his posts over there has talked about their love for A2A's products, and that they talk so I doubt they would do something in parallel like that.. I could be wrong, but it has been spoken before about it wasting resources when 2 developers make the same product. Dries up the monetary payback on development for both and dilutes the market. That is my 2 cents on that though.
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