Relax folks, it's all there........and much MUCH more. I can't speak to the center windshield strut except to say that I haven't seen that mod as yet. There are a LOT of new innovative things available on the tablet.ImpendingJoker wrote: ↑19 Feb 2023, 21:34The originals for FSX and P3D both had options for gap seals, different oils, tip tanks, and many other things that could be swapped out and would have an actual impact on how the aircraft performed. The aircraft modeled was the one that A2A actually owned so the center windshield strut was not in that list if I recall correctly because the real aircraft had it, and it was not an optional add-on like the tip tanks, sound proofing and different props that they modeled.
Right now the team is hard at work dealing with getting the flight model just right in all ranges of the envelope.
We have new builds emerging each week. Because the Comanche will be our breakout product into Microsoft Flight Simulator we want it to be as accurate as possible. This is a time consuming process I admit but it's coming along with each build just a bit closer to what we want.
My personal opinion is that when the Comanche is released it will set a totally new standard for the entire industry.