I thought I would start a thread where people can recommend their favorite timetable runs. Please specify the route and the loco as well as the service number. Also, it would be nice to hear what makes driving the service awesome as well any tips you might have for completing it. I will kick it off with a tip of the hat to 7orenz who pointed this one out in the "About the Signaler" thread. The service is DB 80209 in RSN. It is a mixed freight from Hagen to Finnentrop that I ran with the 182. It starts at 11:10am and the whole character of the run depends on whether you beat the 11:15 regional out of Hagan to the the signal at Boele yard. It's about 4 km away and the regional arrives there at around 11:20 and 30 seconds. If you get the red at Boele yard, you can watch the 363 actively switching the yard and then chase the regional up the hill. You will encounter plenty of AI along the way, including the notorious 1 car train. Know your M mode limits well and have your PZB finger ready for either the acknowledge button or a salute to the safety system as appropriate. If PZB nabs you, it's a slow restart, but you can still catch up with the regional. Edit: LeadCatcher began compiling our suggestions into a spreadsheet with Service Number, Route, and Loco information. With an assist from Callum B. here is the current spreadsheet that we periodically update: Recommended Service Runs as of 8/9/22: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14YgilvnKZFc7TJXyqftRJ0I5yTMlMf81/view?usp=sharing Edit 2: Also in this thread are recommendations for Chaos Runs where you deliberately create delays in the schedule. Typically, you start in one service and allow delays to accumulate by not moving. Then, you walk to another service, take it over, and deal with the issues you created. For some runs, you can just stay put in the chosen service and then start moving after a wait. If you are inclined to drive through a little chaos, those runs are compiled here: Chaos Runs as of 8/9/22: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cMKrwNA2OmZz8tVEQo1_FZnRZXpNT463/view?usp=sharing If you see details of a run that I missed or a recommended run I overlooked, please let me know.