I wish I could agree that this could all be just a peculiarity that has been accurately modelled, but I can't. The behaviors being seen here are just too odd.
Just for the sake of argument, Bullfox, let us forget about coordinated turns. Go ahead and play with slips and skids, just like some of the examples that people are reporting. Flying level and trimmed, kick in sustained full left rudder, but hold the wings level. How much aileron (or how little aileron) does it take to keep your wings level? What is the ball doing? Where is your nose trending to?
Does it really feel correct to you??
Here is another exercise: Set yourself up in level flight, properly trimmed with a relatively high amount of throttles..something over 40 inches. Now grab a hold of throttle 1 and 2 and pull them to idle. Tell us how much rudder you need to keep the plane from yawing. Answer: None. So you have 2 fifteen foot diameter windmills on your left side and you don't need to apply any rudder? And your ball is centered. A peculiarity of the Real Aircraft, perhaps?
Don't mean to be blunt, ladies, but I'm convinced that the lateral behavior of this plane is not accurate. If it is accurate, well, then I guess you can all throw pies in my face.
Sorry guys, we all want to love our Stratocruisers, nobody more than me.
The A2A people said that this is something they are looking into, so thats that.