I completely agree with you. A picture says a million words: Especially the bit around Burlington triangle, where you have to negotiate the broken track and the invisible walls across the track. It's actually a good shunting puzzle, because it is so broken. Absolutely agree - the GP9RM is a gem - it has a stunningly beautiful livery, and a fabulous internal fit out. And drives brilliantly. Oakville also comes with a great collection of rolling stock, it's just a shame that you rarely see it, and when you do the LOD breaks down at super short range. I beg to differ, there are too many to list here, but you can easily find them if you explore the Forum. In a sense though, there are no mistakes at all on Oakville. But only if you regard it as a pre-alpha build that was accidentally rushed out for sale before the last two thirds were developed, and before anyone had the chance to test it, and remove things like the trial for weather with lightning.... etc... There are services where they literally replaced the coding for filling the ethanol tanks with "Wait 20 minutes". Perhaps the only "mistake" was to publish it before they had finished it. Maybe they should have postponed the release until it was ready...? It's purely a matter of style. It is designed to be a counterpoint to the communitying blurb that DTG uses. As soon as DTG starts using straightforward language, minus the hyperbole, then I will adapt my style to suit.