1. The HUD AWS/warning light seems reversed. When the AWS flower is lit up after starting the train or when passing the AWS magnet for a signal with cautionary aspect the HUD yellow light goes out, but when the signal is green it lights up yellow. I'm not 100% sure but the HUD light also seems to go out when the DSD alarm rings. So basically when there is a need for caution the goes out and when everything is clear it lights up. This is surely the opposite of what would be intuitive, no? 2. I can report that the brake cylinder gauge is still broken. It always reads zero. 3. The brake force is massively exaggerated. It was, to my knowledge, realistic in TSW2020. Right now a step 3 application from 90mph stops the train in around 22-23 seconds. According to real drivers it should be 36 seconds. 4. This is more general but the cab motion is way too strong and unrealistic. When you notch up the throttle the camera jumps backwards as if someone kicked you in the torso , and when you brake (even in step 1) it is even worse. It behaves as if the camera was a small weight connected to a string from the roof of the cab. Basically there is no damping or stiffness in the camera connection to the seat. A real person has muscles/tissue and a spine that will dampen accelerations quite well, unless you are in a performance car or there is a sudden harsh bend in the tracks. Can anyone honestly say that the camera motion in the Class 377, right now, is realistic?