I seen a screenshot of london commuter with cranes by battersea power station now. It made me think that they wouldn't stick around forever in real life. It would be good if there was an option for live routes where without the need for an update, DTG could just upload changes to the map in real time, and I mean small changes like in a few days the cranes are gone, a few days after a large building by the track side suddenly has scaffolding around it for a week. Or maybe have the game randomize the maps like this on it's own? Online live maps would also be good for other live players to operate on the same network as you. And maybe the player can turn "other players" on or off and the signalling system would account for them as well. To stop it being mayhem, maybe each online session could have a maximum of 4-8 players. I think a live online feature on routes would have so much potential but my initial idea was so that DTG or other certified devs could test something they want to put in like scaffolding, cranes, static vehicles or other dioramas and when they're happy, place them into the online session versions of the route and maybe look to allow the game to randomize scenery automatically so those who aren't online would benefit too. What does everyone think of this ever-changing scenery idea?