Here's a peculiar one: This one's basically your typical timetable mode, in a particular route. Lets take London Commuter as an example. (Lets temporarily forget the layering, etc) So you pick a train, lets take the 377. A list of possible services show up. This is how it normally works. Now, what if, after picking the 377, we could enable off the rails and pick any train in the game that the user has? So I pick something like the 395 Javelin from SEHS, and when I click enter, it still shows me all the 377 services in London Brighton. The services do not change, its just the train I drive. (The AI services also do not change). Yes, this can and will be unrealistic(depending on how the user uses this function) but considering the hassle and limitations of the scenario planner, this is a neat option that requires very little effort from the player. It's basically just timetable mode, but you can choose whatever train you would like as your drivable service, without affecting other services in the world. Think of all the possibilities! Just plop down a 465 instead of a Gatwick express 387, and recreate a scenario! Tired of not having the DB BR 101 in Munich Augsburg? Just replace it with an IC service! I am aware there are some excellent mods about service replacements, but they aren't flexible and console users can't use them. So yeah, there you go. I would love to hear your opinions on this, your participation is encouraged. Thank you for your time.