Just thought I'd put my thoughts in one post. First of all it's a great overall improvement, more functions mapped to controller. Thanks DTG for innovating. Here is a list of issues I've found so far: - we were told there would be an Classic mapping override option to allow immersion to be used with Preserved Collection scenarios. Unless I am mistaken I don't believe this has been implemented (which is a real shame). - the AFB lever is mapped to OpsShift RB and RT which works great but the Control Guide on the UI says it's OpsShift LT and RT, so that image needs to be updated. - the Sander function (OpsShift Dpad DN) still operates the reverser lever. You probably don't notice when driving normally, but when the throttle is at idle and the reverser in forward, turning on the sander puts the reverser into neutral. - the Head Out camera option only seems to work with the Boston trains, older stock defaults to External (this may be intentional). - the Head Out camera option more often than not seems to choose the oppoosite side of the cab to where the platform is, which is frustrating and defeats the main purpose. - when switching through the external views with CamShift Dpad R, the Free view is always placed way off the rear end of the train. Normally Free view is placed ahead of the train. Lastly, not an issue but it's a shame that the Bell was not added to OpsShift Dpad Up for the US routes, as that is used far more often than the sander. That's it for now, I will add more if and when I discover them.