My favourite routes are the Tees Valley and Trans Pennine. I drive the 101dmu a lot and thoroughly enjoy it. However, the station stops spoil the realism to some extent. The driver and guard would work together to keep to time. The driver would do his best to arrive on time and the guard would complete his duties, unloading parcels, newspapers, etc, and as soon as possible he'd buzz the driver to proceed assuming the train wasn't early. They could save loads of time at station stops. In TSW though, if you're two minutes down because the signalman has let a steel train out in front of you, you have no scope for reducing that lateness. You sit at the station for the regulation minute while the timer counts down despite being late and there being no passengers waiting. You leave two minutes late. It's very frustrating. Could we have more flexible waiting times? The stop could be reduced to as little as 10 seconds if there are no passengers, and we'd have a chance of making up some time.