Yesterday, I came across a Norfolk Southern Coal District scenario that was right up my railway track, since it involved both switching and loading -- well, actually, unloading. So, here's a screenshot I took just after positioning the first hopper to be unloaded: Very clever, I thought, placing those two workmen in poses that tend to create that famous "immersion" so sought after by some forum members. Then, a couple of cars later, I spotted this: Now, that's what I call being caught up in your work -- but it decidedly changes the meaning of "immersion", doesn't it? Moral: never post a scenario before watching it v-e-r-y carefully. Despite this flaw, however, I really -- no, seriously and sincerely, enjoyed unloading that long cut of coal hoppers. Try it sometime: it's much more relaxing than trying to arrive on time at multiple passenger stations.