Here is my two pence. Last year we changed the format to moving away from showing every bug fix. Whilst it meant that some major issues were not shown, it meant that it was less clogged up. Like suggested a stickied thread being updated once a week would be great but we can wish. What ever DTG say the roadmap was always something to look forward to, on the chance a new route would be announced. This, I believe really got the community excited about what was coming up in the game. Yes there were the problems with things being on the roadmap for a very long time e.g. the 313. But the visual representation of how far along different projects were was great. Below is my vision of the perfect roadmap. (Short introduction about what is going on etc..) Next release - stuff that will most likely be released before the next roadmap. Upcoming- stuff that has been very much finished and done a first round of testing, should not stay for more than 3/4 weeks in an ideal world. In testing cycle - the main work has been done, and it is now in the testing, fix, testing, fix cycle. In Production - The place where the item spends the most time. This is where the main development takes place. In Planning - This is where the routes have the scope decided on, branch lines, locos etc. Preservation Crew Focus - This shows the next few routes that the Preservation Crew will look at. No More than 2/3 sets at a time and all should be released less than 2 months after being added as the prime focus. Preservation Crew Tasks - This shows what tasks the Preservation Crew will do e.g. Level crossings, Better skybox. Removed From the roadmap - This shows what has been removed, and a short sentence about why. Thanks For reading!