Hi all. I've just been revisiting GWE following the 2020 changes after months spent on NTP and I feel the following would be nice little improvements across all routes. Set Journey or timetable activities so that you have a short while before you are due to leave. Or if the majority prefer to just get going then maybe have it as a configurable option how long before the service is due to start that you are placed in the cab. I like to run with the safety systems enabled but the vast majority of activities expect you to set off immediately. 166 journey 1K64 is a good example. I unlocked the key and got going right away, keeping on the speed limit all the way to Reading and yet still arrived nearly 3 minutes late. If I'd taken time to activate AWS, DSD, lights to day, wipers on, etc before moving, I'd have been even later. Instead I have to get moving and turn all these on whilst moving. Because of this, I always used to spawn on foot to allow a few minutes of prep but then that would kind of negate the whole point of journeys and their predetermined weather etc. Which brings me on to the date. Could the date of the activity be added to the pause screen. As far as I'm aware it only ever used to be shown where the track map was displayed when choosing a service. The date isn't shown when choosing a journey and it would just be a nice to have for immersion. On the debrief screen, could we see the medal attained? Currently, I have to exit the journey back to the main menu, go back into journey, choose the section I was in and then I can see the medal I achieved for the last run. I think this has been mentioned elsewhere but I'll add it again. I did a service earlier which required stopping at several stations along the way. On the debrief screen, I was unable to scroll to view my stopping accuracy or time keeping for the later stations. It is also not possible to scroll the pop-up (long press touchpad) schedule. Maybe a swipe of the touchpad could work? Please utilise the four corners of the touchpad for additional controls. Each corner can register as a separate input as used in Elite Dangerous. It would be handy to use this for say the high and low notes of the horn. Sorry for the lengthy post!