Off the back of DTG Protaganist's comments on the stream tonight about DTGs "lightbulb moment" regarding re-using existing stock, I'd like to share my thoughts. 1) I'm quite shocked that you've only just realised this is a problem. People have been moaning about this for at least 6 months (probably longer). Surely it's obvious that if you release a lot of almost the same train, people are going to get bored of it and think you're being lazy? I mean, I get that it's a lot of work to change a 377 into a 387, but it doesn't take a rocket scientist to notice that they're basically the same train to 90% of train fans. I live pretty close to the BML and know a lot about trains, but I couldn't tell you the difference between the two until I looked it up. Anyway, at least the lightbulb is finally on! 2) I totally get that you want to use the right stock on the right routes. Makes sense. I also totally get that you want to maximise efficiency and if you can re-use work you've already done to make a new route (like re-using the 377 and the Brighton station models from East Coastway for BML) to allow you to bring content out faster, then I do think that's a sensible business decision. I also think it makes sense to get a decent amount of use out of a train. I don't mind seeing the same train on 2...maybe 3 routes at a push. 4 is too much, only 1 is not enough. For example, it's disappointing that the 465 can only be used on a single route right now. It's one of the best trains in the game, and it can only be driven to a small amount of stations. We need another Southeastern route (preferrably not Chatham/Medway). Something different and new, but that can use that train. 3) Given points 1 and 2, I wouldn't say you should stop re-using content, but what I would say is that there needs to be a balance, and make sure that when you're selecting routes to build or stock to make for a route, that you ensure there's enough variety and "newness" to make a new DLC worth buying. Each new route (at least at this early stage in the game's life) ought to at least add 1 totally new train to the game, otherwise it will be seen as boring/lazy. If a route doesn't require that, then perhaps the route isn't a great choice right now? The only exception would be if that new route allows you to use a previously released train on more routes, if currently can only be used on 1 route (e.g. 465). For BML, while a 387 is nice to have (and see as AI), the driving experience will be very similar to the 377 and doesn't add much to the game for me personally. It would have been much nicer to see a 455/8 so that we could have a totally different driving experience and run more suburban routes or a Thameslink 700 Desiro City maybe.