Since, I've done one for most other DLC's, thought I'd do one for Arosalinie! My first thoughts; I was initially on the fence about this DLC, it wasn't an area I knew or a line I had much interest, I wasn't completely wowed by the first inital screenshots, so I thought I might give this one a miss, I even didn't watch some of the streams. Anyway, here I am! I think this is an extremely beautiful line, one of the most scenic we've seen for TSW/TSW2. Just from playing this DLC, I want to travel on it! Positives: GE 44 II model and stock are fantastic, highly detailed, and very immersive to drive, seriously 10/10 for Rivet on this one. There's still an adhesion/wheelship issue, when you first start off like in IoW, is this a core issue? Stations, catenary, lineside structures, viaducts, bridges, again all beautifully modelled. The immediate scenery and lineside scenery for me, this is absolutely beautiful, the scenery that surrounds from driving from the cab is stunning, lineside foliage, trees, stations and structures are really nice, so job well done here. I think Winter weather is better than Spring/Summer as the scenery has a tendancy to be slightly washed out. Now, the blue haze/fog that was mentioned, some people said it was to hide distant scenery, it might be, but I find this accurate, I've been up Snowdon in Wales and Merkur Mountain in Germany, on a clear day, and there is a bluey/white haze in the distance when high up, some low lying cloud, so for me this wasn't an issue. Performance - Performance is the best of any TSW2 DLC which makes me think because of the amount of trees and scenery, was this optimised, so there was good performance on every platform at this risk of drops in quality? However....... see below Negatives: The distant scenery is a massive let down, texturing is awful and looks like something we could have in MSTS or the early days of TS Classic, mountains and distant trees, don't look good at all. Here is Arosa: Look at the train, the station and the immediate scenic details, it looks like really nice, and then look in the background at that mountain, what a shame! Signalling System/Timetable Found it impossible to keep to the timetable, was 15 late at one point then all of a sudden 4 late at Arosa, is that accurate? Signalling, random derailments, service passed signals at danger, at Langwies, I didn't stop in the platform, do you have to manually change the points yourself? I played R1429 1007 Chur-Arosa, and got that at most stations, SPAD's and derailments, luckily I'd saved so when I went back in the game and restarted, I didn't derail or SPAD, strange. Overall: Well done to Rivet, it can't have been an easy route to make, and if this was purely a cab view simulator, then I'd say job done, the immediate surroundings are really nice and just on that and the train model it would get an 8/10. I mean look at my 3rd screenshot in the thread that is really nice! However, if like me, you do like to fly out now and again, take screenshots and admire the scenery, it's quite disappointing looking to the distance. Overall, it really is a nice DLC, lets not take away from that but the only and biggest let down being the scenery in places. Hopefully, we will see improvements and optimisation to this.