Personally, a big gripe for me at this moment for Train Sim World is that it doesn't feel right; more towards cartoonish than realism. I propose that a different shader is implemented to instil a more realistic and life-like feel to the game. An Example: Here is a Class 66, hurtling along the Great Western Mainline in the dead of night. But, oddly enough, it's bright enough to be seen as day. I'm no expert but night time is not light at all, yes maybe in the summer months but in the dead of winter? Nah. In my opinion it really retracts from the overall feel and pushes me away from the game. But, then again, there are places where it is dark much like night time. Again, however, it feels 'off' to me. Maybe it's the clouds, maybe it's the reflections. I can't quite pin-point it, but it may just be a mixture. The unrealistic nature of the shader isn't something I'm fond of, and with all due respects to the developer's, a game intended as a realistic simulator possesses aspects which push it away from that goal, and to me that's too much of a gripe that I cannot let it stand. Looking at pictures of TSW: Rapid Transit, all the colours seem blown out and far too bright, or the shadows them selves far too weak; again re-enforcing this cartoonish aesthetic. (Not my photo) Now, I'm happy for a discussion on why I'm wrong and anyone willing to input their own views, but please don't get all violent about how I'm completely incorrect-they're my own opinions. Play nice please.