I have done a few services on Riesa - Dresden (I really like the route btw) and I noticed the following things on the BR 146.2 on Riesa Dresden: When using AFB and opening the doors, the brake pressure is set to 3.8 bar. If you set the brake lever to 'Running' before closing the doors, the brakes don't come off when you close the doors. In this situation, when the loco reaches 10 kN of force, the brakes release to 1.5 bar, but get stuck there. Is that intentional? When you close the doors while using AFB and then release the brakes and apply power, a short brake release sound is played on the dosto cars while the loco is ramping up power, as if the brakes are repeatedly released (although this is not the case as this only happens at 10 kN of tractive force). Is this accurate? When you release the brakes after closing the doors (also using AFB) and apply power, it takes about 10 seconds before the loco actually starts to produce any torque. This is a very long delay compared to other trains/locos. I would expect the torque to build up in at most 2 seconds after setting the throttle lever. The throtlle in general is quite unresponsive while driving, as is the regenerative braking. The door indicator on the MFD does not work, so you can't see if the doors are opened or closed in the cab. The destination display lets you only set manual destinations, but the automatic destination button does not work. I also noticed (on other locos as well) that when applying the brakes at speed, the brake cylinder pressure goes up, but then shortly thereafter goes down to zero as the electric brake engages. Does that mean that when you apply the train brakes at speed, you only get braking on the locomotive axles, meaning you won't brake at all if you have wheelslip in your loco? Or is the indicator wrong / do I misinterpret it?