Hi. It's no surprise that the release of the Brighton main Line will be a significant landmark for the Train Sim World franchise, and it's absolutely essential that DTG delivers the route and the trains that come along with it, with exceptional quality. If this route will be the most purchased DLC for DTG, I won't be surprised. From the recently released screenshots, I was happy to see overall satisfactory quality, in the aspect of the scenery itself. (Few inaccuracies here and there, mostly minor and well spotted by the community.) However, I have a few questions and suggestions. Question first: The 387 will be getting new sounds, what about the already existing 377? The current sounds for the 377 are mediocre, the lack of proper running sounds and the absence of rattling make it less realistic. These trains are a bit old, and used ruggedly most of the time. But hey, I'll let the experts take care of the sounds. As an enthusiastic player, I can think of a few sounds that can completely change the experience of driving a train in TSW2, and making it closer to life. The Suggestions: Firstly, and most significantly, rattling and squeaking sounds (while there's a bit of them in the game now), they need a massive improvement. Some trains simulate this quite well, such as the cab cars for the peninsula corridor. In real life, the squeaks and the rattles are a lot more prominent, especially when compared to TSW2's electrostars, which feel as if the train is a brick with wheels, due to the lack of these sounds mentioned above. Secondly, I feel the trains just lack that bass. Yes, they are present, but often, they have a tendency to resemble a broken vacuum cleaner. A few trains in TSW2 however do an excellent job with regards to bass, such as the ICE 3, DB BR 101, Talent 2, the revised HST, new ACS-64, etc. As of now, the electrostars lack this layer of bass, and would not only make the sounds more realistic, but also less bland. here's a cab video, for reference. (Go to about 4:40) I've noticed that the DB BR 143's sounds from Nahverker have an added layer of bass, as they sound identical to the ones in the ICE and DB BR 101. Even though it's recycled sounds, it's definitely better than having no bass at all. To that, Adam's team did a fantastic job. That's about all I have to say, other than the fact that I'm absolutely hyped for this route. I, as a customer, have faith in the devs, and appreciate their hard work. Magnificent work to all the mods in the forums, and the hosts for the streams. Answering a question for the 753523th time cab be tedious! Anyway, that's it. (For real this time.) I hope these can be taken into consideration. Have a magnificent day ahead.