The main appeal of TSW, apart from driving trains and enjoying the gorgeus presentation, is the fact that there's always something to do. There's always something you haven't completed when you log in; not like TS2020 where there's 5-15 hours of scenarios for a route and then that's it. That's why I'm seriously confused as to why progress isn't being carried over from TSW2020 to TSW2. You've built this neat system around timetables and giant checklists to check off, inviting us to spend a few hours here and there slowly crossing them off. I'd imagine most of us have made a dent on some of them, but aren't anywhere near finishing them. We'd hoped to do that casually over a period of years, as the game improves over time - just like with TS. But then you decide not to carry over our progress from TSW2020 to TSW2? I just don't understand why. I can't imagine a single person out there actually *wants* to start over, and now I'm completely disincentivised from even playing TSW2020 because I know whatever I do will just be erased in a month. Now some might say that it doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things, and they're probably right. But to me, the biggest appeal of TSW2020 - what kept me coming back - was slowly crossing off those checklists at my own pace. I don't understand why my progress on these lists can't be carried over, when all the content is being carried over just fine (and even being improved and expanded upon in some cases!) DTG, please reconsider. I understand that engine upgrades cost money and you need to release a TSW2 in order to continue improving - I get that, and I'm fine with it. But please bring the progress we made on all those none TSW2 routes along with us.