These posts are cracking me up, coming at the subjects from so many different angles.
Regarding the Comanche yokes, the aircraft had a wheel up after landing accident and had the right flap and aileron replaced. The guys worked like heck to rig it right, and managed to get it to fly pretty straight (still rolls a bit to the left). Needless to say, I'm learning a lot myself about properly rigging ailerons
Bruce, yes, one thing we have managed to do well is to not move too fast. Right now, Accu-Sim is full-featured for props. To develop the C172 and Cherokee is a lateral move for the technology, and allows us to really use the system as it was meant to be used. We will be working the 104 with these two birds, but the 104 does represent the first complete step to a turbojet.
We also have a few more flights scheduled in F-104's to make before we can complete development, but now have full and complete access to the Cessna's and Pipers.
Ted, we're still undecided on how we can release the SpitV as the project was getting a bit too involved. We do have some beautiful V's already done, so we're still working on a way these can make it to the market.
As for the Cherokee and 172, yes, mods are something we're very much into doing.
I will say, the next three aircraft (C172, Cherokee, F104) will have great sound sets.