During the roadmap stream the first professionally created tutorial video was announced. You can watch it here if you have not done so: I would like to give some feedback. In general, I liked it and it may be helpful. With respect of the contents: to access the cabinet for train setup, you can use the left or right arrow key to pass along the controls. This works in most engines. So no need to crouch, leave the driver seat (sometimes a simulator has advantages above the real world). It is OK to leave SIFA, PZB and LZB out for a starters tutorial, but it would be awesome to explain AFB. My more fundamental criticism is on the choice of medium. Video is nice, but it is not very suitable to look up information. How much work would it be to create a booklet as well, with the instructions written stepwise? Something you can view on a tablet, or print out out. This also would allow to address trouble shooting. What tricks can you use if your engine just refuses to drive? How do you recover from an emergency stop? This also would allow to explain a bit more background. There also would be a lot gained if the in game tutorial covers the same step as the video tutorial. So you can use this sequence: 1. Watch the video 2. Try it yourself using the tutorial 3. Repeat the tutorial, but without instructions and use the written instructions to make sure you follow all steps. I missed the tutorials added to a separate playlist. It may be hard to find them back later at YouTube. Finally, Sam stop telling us the DTG website cannot handle this. That is not an excuse. Eventually build a separate website or use a flat HTML page to cover this.