Hello, I'd like to propose the Classes 304, 305 and 308 to be created for TS202X. Now, requesting 3 classes sounds like a lot, but the major differences between these 3 is the number on the front and whether or not it has a foruth coach in it's formation, as well as it's paint scheme. Building a 308, then changing the colours, ripping out the TS and swapping the front number over is the bulk of what's needed to change to a 305 or similar. Why would these be useful in TS? Currently the only AC multiple unit from the first generation is the Class 303. While they are useful for depicting Scotrail and a small sliver of the GMPTE area in the mid 80's, their use case is limited and, particularly in the GMPTE sense, there weren't all that many of them around, so realistic application requires they be used sparingly. Enter the 304/305/308. These were the backbone of the West Anglia Main Line, the Great Eastern Main Line, the Greater Manchester electrified network and the electric lines around Birmingham from point of construction. Additionally, as the 317's and 321's were brought in to the GEML and the WAML, they were transfered off to the East Coast Main Line between Doncaster and Leeds and Leeds and Skipton et all, as well as up to Scotland to serve the route between Edinburgh and North Berwick. Hence, their use in TS is vast, much beyond the scope of the 303 and many other multiple units of their type. In terms of era, their use spans from their 1959 introduction until the early 2000's depending on location. Whether you're modelling the death of steam, the blue and grey era, sectorisation or the dawn of privatisation, Scottish, Midland or Eastern regions, there's somewhere you can stick one of these and it'll be at home. Quite pivitally, in many of these cases there's not a whole lot other than one of these that would work there. Most of the MK1 MU's that have been created are Southern Region 3rd rail ones, and there's a severe lack of AC ones particularly north of the Thames. Hence, I feel these would be an excellent addition to the sim. Modeling difficulties and how to solve them. Punting for an old unit who's only preserved example is one driving trailer does create some difficulties, but nothing unsolveable. They are derived from the same suburban MK1 stock as the 4EPB, so deriving interior views from these would be pretty close to accurate. Additionally, there are images and video footage around of these unit's interiors, both cab and passanger area. Sounds will pose a bother, though again, wheel sounds, motion sounds and general carraige sounds can be derivied from EPB's because they are generally the same thing. Motor sounds, harvesting the sounds from a 321 or a 319 as fellow AC units is likely to be as close as one could reasonably get without archival data, but it'd get you in the ballpark for sure. Why would I want to buy this if it's made? Put simply, you now have something to use on the Liverpool St to Colchester route alongside your 321's, on the Manchester Piccadilly to Hadfield route alongside the 303's, the Birmingham Cross City line alongside the 323's and then the Edinburg to North Berwick line, the Leeds to Skipton line, the Manchester commuter lines, Warsall to Wolverhampton via Birmingham route, the London, Tilbury and Southend line and many others where nothing else really exists at the moment to do so.