Hi guys, I don't know if it's the adhesion causing this glitch or something else? Just done the 0Z55 scenario at Newhaven where you load 10 boxes. The 66 needs a crazy amount of power to get it moving. Notch 8 on a 1000t train in a yard is ridiculous! Once moving, the train should maintain 5mph rolling easily, with a little power added here and there as required, but only little dabs of notch 1 and 2. It's not as noticeable with empties or light loco, but still feels heavy handed. The 66 in TSW 2020 never felt like this and it's a loco I've driven a lot. Unless I overcharge, I can't get the pipe about 4.9 bar, but the cylinders show zero so it shouldn't be that causing the issue. I've just tried loading the 6V56 scenario (which follows on) and it's still hard work, but the train moves easier than after loading. Could the issue be related to the change in train weight? Just to quantify, I work with 66s and trains of this kind of weight every day I'm in work and not even the heavy handed drivers use the higher notches in the yard.