Hi All -- After my first few Service sessions with CSX Heavy Haul and the AC4400CW loco on Win 10, I have a few questions and issues: If it's not good to combine all of these into one thread, I'm happy to split it into separate ones. How do you get the AI to operate your service without waiting for "a long time" and walk around all over, then have it ask you if you want to give up control? I went back to the second/trail unit and then gave up control to the AI engineer after being asked. I wanted to see the DPU/MU settings (and they were right short hood trail). But then I tried to return to the lead loco and nothing I could do would let me jump back across. The gamepad Y never showed, and E key was non-functional. I opened and closed the chains on both units several times. Is it possible that you cannot cross when you are underway? Why is it that sometimes I have a hard time going up and down the steps along the side of the 4400? Sometime I just can't even get up them. I try the Y key on the game pad and the E key. I run hard, I stop and try, it's hit or miss. It doesn't seem to be related to whether I am next to the rail or the hood. The Y never shows as an option like it does elsewhere. I also had a hell of a time getting into the lead loco cab while underway under AI control. What am I doing wrong? Once it looked like I "squeaked" in there a bit at a time, another time I made a run for it and ended up in the engineer's lap. If I do give up control in a service, sit in the second man seat, then use one of the external cameras, when I press 1 to come back inside (a) The locator dot is gone forever and CTRL-8 will not breing it back and (b) the sound suddenly switches back to outside sound after a few seconds. If you open and close the engineer's window, the external sounds disappear maybe for a while then come back. This never happens if you sit in second man seat and do not use external cameras. I have 4K monitor and GeForce 1070. 1920x1080 looks awful. The IFDs are unreadable from the seat, and other placards are unreadable except close up. So it's 4K 3840x2160 for me, and it looks great. Adjusting the display prefs and advanced stuff to make it look OK or fabulous... it doesn't seem to matter... either way it's running at 30-35fps. Is that good or bad or ??? At 1920x1080 it sits at 60fps regardless. Snow makes it worse. I know this is a universally chronic topic (why won't my $200 used notebook run this game etc.?) so just let me know if I am way off with this setup to expect over 30 fps. I'll take it from there.