[quote="Medtner]That will be one giant jump! I'm thinking the transition from v3 to v4 is going to be big. But FSX? Damn. Can't imagine that.
Is it really that big of a leap? I am coming from FSX too. Everyone rags on FSX but to be honest for the last 6 years or so I don't have very many complaints with FSX. Maybe I just have stockholms syndrome and am blinded by my captor.
Is why I never even considered making the switch till now. On a side note along with all my other questions as I got to thinking about this at work last night. Say someone (me) was stupid because I never thought the 64 bit sim would come and didn't buy dual licenses for the Cherokee, 182, Comanche, and T-6 is their a path to pay the difference for the dual license? As it appears now the only way is to buy the Academic only license for each. I see with the Connie it was either FSX or P3D so I will bite the bullet on that one and definitely rebuy. Now back to planning PC upgrades.[/quote][/quote][/quote][/quote][/quote]
This is a concern for me also. I purchased the C172, C182, Cherokee and Comanche for FSX and love them. I never considered P3D before for a number of reasons, but it's definitely something I want to do going forward. As S. Jordan asked, is there a way than I can purchase these aircraft for the cost difference of dual licenses, or do I have to re-purchase at full price? If it's full price, then I'm going to have to limit my purchases.