I first encountered the Class 101 in Trainz 2010 Engineer Edition and immediately thought "This is the most ugliest and retarded looking train ever, and I would not want to be caught riding on it even as a corpse." So for 10 years I've passed it up, not giving it the time or day in Trainz nor in TSW 2020 on the Manchester - Leeds Route. It wasn't until I watched several YouTube Vids of the Tees Valley line that sort of sparked an interest, mainly because I really like the Tees Valley route and I was craving the BR Class 31, which I currently have. Out of curiousity I gave the 101 a few go arounds.. The retro controls and switches, the wooden window frame of the cab, the engine sounds, shifting gears, the misaligned destinations, the way the train banks, the braking system.. I - FELL - IN - LOVE. As the saying goes: "Never judge a book by it's cover".. and I have so misjudged this train. Prior to the 101 I had no knowledge or any experience with manual (sim) trains of this type so now I have questions.. In regards to the Class 101 on shifting: When I attempt to gear up the shift lever goes all the way to neutral instead of the next gear. This does not happen all the time, just on occasion. Is there something I've done incorrectly or is this a glitch? Is there any development consideration for more of these manual type trains in TSW2 after all the current roadmaps are obligated? Thank you.