I keep reading here, and elsewhere, that DTG can’t make certain routes because of licensing. Although no one knows for sure if that’s the case, I know from chats on Discord a while back that DTG are reluctant to release unbranded routes because they perceive that they wouldn’t be popular. Following on from the thread about the most in demand routes, this has once again reared its head. Many of the comments are along the lines of ‘DTG can’t/won’t do XYZ because they don’t have the licence’. So I thought a poll might be worthwhile. Would you prefer routes to be made on the basis of whatever licences DTG can get hold of (and the limitations the licence may bring), or would you prefer routes be made on the basis of the quality of the route with unbranded (but correct) rolling stock. My understanding is that there is no reason that DTG could not release routes with the correct liveries, just no branding. I have absolutely no doubt that within seconds of routes being released community branding patches would be circulating with no rules or laws being broken. An issue for consoles granted, but the potential benefits outweigh the issues for me. No more limitations on route development, no more limits on liveries, no more taking DLC off sale because licensing deals run out, no more failing services or scenarios because you pass a red signal by 1cm with the emergency brake on and the wheels screaming, no more (I assume) paying to get hold of licenses. Potentially, where appropriate, could it be a win for DTG and a win for the players?