1) I'm not sure if this was reported or not, but while flying the P-40C (1942 Iceland "Poison") tonight I noticed that while in the cockpit, when looking over my left shoulder, the last little oval of glass is very highly reflective, inconsistent with any other glass window (including the opposite window on the right side). This is certainly not a big deal, but I figured it should be pointed out. I was too lazy to check and see if this is the case in the other variants
2) After a crash during a fuel-out emergency I have a tiny request: In the Fuel and Payload Manager window (Shift-4) each of the boxes representing a fuel tank are the same size, yet each tank has a different capacity. Being a visual guy (vs. a numbers guy) I burned down my fuselage and wing tanks as planned, but ran short on my reserve tank (it looked like I had more), as my glance during preflight looked good. I was so close! Anyhow, this is not a big deal or a problem, and I know I should be using the numbers, but as the fuel, oil, oxygen, glycerol boxes are all different sizes, I would like to see the fuel tanks shown in proportional sizes, if it is easy to do.
3) Last thought- it was presented in the P-40 Tech Support forum that the front armored glass window/panel is in reality on an angle. Is it possible we will see this in an update, even if it is just an option? I understand the average moron would simply complain the window isn't straight, but I'd like it to be as real as possible if you can!