With DTGs accidental early release of the Dovetail Live article about the new Rush Hour DLC we could already take a look at the new routes and rolling stock. Rush Hour seems to cement DTGs new rolling stock strategy in place which we could already see with Diesel Legends and Hamburg-Lübeck (HBL). HBL just had one preview stream and already got the most amount of criticism I've ever seen regarding a DLC from DTG. For those of you who didn't notice the problems with HBL: The new route comes with two new locos the BR 112.1 and the BR 182. The 112.1 is a modified version of the BR 143 from RSN and the BR 182 has only one screen moved and the PIS system removed from the separate loco DLC for RT. There are also no new waggons or coaches so all rolling stock in HBL is recycled. The same problem can be seen with the Diesel Legends pack. Now let's take a look at the rolling stock in the new three routes from Rush Hour: ACS-64: Whilst being a new locomotive in TSW 2 the ACS-64 was already in TSW 1. It will probably just be the same locomotive. F40PH-3: The F40PH is already in the Peninsula Corridor DLC. There are differences between both variants but these are mostly regarding sound which we know isn't DTGs strength and could just be copied from the PenCo version. Class 377/4: 1 to 1 copy from East Coastway. Class 387: Part of the Electrostar family, like the 377/4 and the 375/9. The major changes will only be the livery and the interior design. BR 442: 1 to 1 copy from SKA. BR 143: 1 to 1 copy from RSN. BR 146.2: 1 to 1 copy from MSB. BR 185.5: 1 to 1 copy from RRO. As we can see there is nothing entirely new in this whole pack. And as always Germany has come off the worst of all because the included rolling stock doesn't even have minor changes to it, it is all a direct copy from other routes. The work that has to be done on the rolling stock is very little compared to building a completely new locomotive. And with this now being the third DLC that didn't deliver any new rolling stock to the game my assumptions about this being a new strategy by DTG are strengthening every day. For me, the rolling stock is the most important part of the game. Of course, a new route is pretty nice, mostly because it delivers new services and new landscape to the game, but I would also be satisfied with just one route and a bunch of high-quality locos to run up and down the same route over and over again. The number of new rolling stock with a new route has been declining since the release of Train Sim World in 2018. And whilst I wasn't happy with just one new loco per route it was at least something. But having none at all is a reason for me to not buy a new route. At the moment TSW 1 and 2 are my most played games with over 1000 hours in both games combined and I own every available DLC for TSW 2, except for the Diesel Legends Pack. And usually I was very excited about every new DLC for TSW and would even preorder most of them, but neither HBL nor Rush Hour are really appealing to me and do not seem to be worth any of my money. I'm just really disappointed where DTG is going with they're otherwise great product. DTG is still known for not really focusing on the communities wishes and concerns. And whilst there were improvements over the last year this now seemed to be the top of the hill with a steep decline up ahead. In the past I wasn't happy about many of DTGs strategies: The lack in bug fixing, slow development of new features, the missing appreciation for the communities wishes and much more. But I still supported them in the hope that it would slowly improve and because I still enjoyed their products. But this new strategy is going in the complete opposite way of my view on how TSW should continue and therefore I will also stop supporting this development. This isn't the choice I want to make but it seems like the only way to make it clear to DTG. DTG you have a strong community that has supported your work for years and has forgiven you your mistakes several times. But with the recent development, it feels like you're flipping us the finger and don't seem to care about our opinion at all. Maybe you should take a look at other developers in the simulation category (e.g. SCS Software or ViewApp) and learn from their communication with the community.