So I was doing some thinking and I have had an idea. Now, this can apply to both TS and TSW, I'm just putting it here as I play TSW more. So, my idea. Note: This will be using UK examples as that is what I have experience with. There are numerous preserved railways, museums and preservation groups around the world, these range from the likes of the West Somerset Railway and National Railway Museum to much smaller examples like the East Anglian Railway Museum on the Sudbury Branch off of the GEML or the recently established Clacton Express Preservation Group trying to save a Class 309. Now, many of these places and routes have ongoing projects to restore locomotives and units and as many of us are aware, this is not a cheap process. My suggestion is, that these preservation groups can present a bid to Dovetail who will select a project (maybe something like once a year) to bring a new add-on to TS or TSW. Now, the add-on selected will have a percentage of the sales donated to an ongoing project. These add-ons can be anything from routes and locos to liveries and vehicle selection screens. Say the East Anglian Railway Museum has their bid accepted. There can then be an EARM themed add-on pack. This could include, for example, their Waggon und Maschinenbau Railbus as a new vehicle and an LNER N7, which is their big restoration project at the moment (of course, that would be in TS or TSW after steam has been introduced). Perhaps it could also feature part of the museum as an optional vehicle selection screen too as an added bonus. Say if £5 from every sale (random figure, obviously up to Dovetail) was donated to the restoration project of the N7, the last survivor of the class. Just 1000 sales would provide £5000 for the EARM's project, this could make a huge difference to smaller museum's and preserved railways. As a little extra bonus for DTG, I'm sure there's some advertising potential from this idea too. At the end of the day, the players get some new toys and we get to help preserve railway heritage around the globe for future generations. I'm not sure if DTG has an arrangement with any of their existing heritage content, like the WSR, but it seems like a good idea to me. If you have any thoughts on the idea, or any refinements to it feel free to suggest them also. Just remember my vision here is primarily in helping smaller museums, preserved railways and preservation groups. The content we get out of it is more of a bonus really.