So, the forums on here have long talked of adding the Wivelsfield branch between London Commuter (Brighton Mainline) and East Coastway (ECW) to join the two routes up. For context, this stretch of track stretches for roughly just 9 miles of countryside from Wivelsfield, before diverging from the BML at Keymer Junction to Lewes on ECW, with a pair of small, rural stations - Plumpton and Cooksbridge - in between. My suggestion is to have this branch released as effectively a mini route DLC. Why, do you ask? Well, lets face it, route extensions and merges are highly complex tasks, and bring challenges to get a timetable working correctly. How long would we have to wait for this, years, if ever? The modular approach would be a quicker approach and, with just 9 miles of track in the countryside and just a few stations, hopefully it won't be too technical to achieve. With this modular style, the Wivelsfield branch is completely separate, and would be available to those who wish, and importantly, for those who don't want it, their other two routes (London Commuter and ECW) would be unaffected by any extensions and/or merging. Obviously, this separate, modular Wivelsfield branch would have drawbacks, namely having to change routes on TSW 2 three times if you want to drive between Victoria and Eastbourne - but I'd rather have this than not at all! Other factors would also need addressing, such as that the London services would have to be added to the ECW timetable of course; then, you'll have the issue of having London Commuter and the separate Wivelsfield branch with the updated Class 377, and ECW with the original version. While this suggestion may not be agreed by everyone, this option I see is the most realistic and achievable option to finally get the branch line without all the hassle of route extensions and/or merging. This modular technique could also be applied across other TSW 2 routes - such as London Commuter to Caterham and Tattenham Corner for example. Additionally, DLC is what keeps this game fresh, so I see this all as a positive! Plus, the Wivelsfield branch sees freight down to Newhaven, so maybe a good reason to add more Class 66 services into the London Commuter timetable? What's everyone's thoughts on this? A Southern service, operated by 377 149, departs Lewes towards Eastbourne in Summer 2021.