Class 52 - AWS cannot be set with immersion controls. The internal cameras are still fixed so using them will not work as there is no cursor with immersion controls to use and you cannot move your centre dot to the AWS changeover lever or isolation lever. There is also no keyboard shortcut for the changeover lever so AWS cannot be set that way. The fixed cameras also mean you cannot access to switches on the lights panel and so have to do this blind from the one moveable seated camera position. The tool tip notifications on the right of the screen do not appear for the reverser (NB this is also true in the Class 395 on SEHS, just to save a separate bug report just for that). Journey Chapter 1 - After completing the Class 52 tutorial, the next service placed me in a Class 45. Not what I, or anyone else, would expect for the very first service of a pack where the Class 52 is the default loco. Class 31 limited stops run - multiple issues. I don’t know if I have randomly picked a rogue timetable service but this is what I found on it. Service 2N05 Reading to London Paddington - Class 31 1. There are no station times at all for this service. I don’t know if that is true for all of them or just this one. 2. The brakes are set to Air Goods 3. The doors open on the wrong side (you need to open right doors to actually open the left doors) 4. The gradient and signals are shown behind you when you stop and the gradient train icon does its usual trick of being the wrong way round. 5. On the approach to Slough, you are routed down a 25mph side route for no reason. Along this route there is a signal at danger with a call-on signal for returning to the mainline for the station stop. 6. On the approach to Hayes & Harlington you are similarly routed down a slower line for a period before returning to the main line for the station. 7. When leaving Hayes & Harlington station the signal is at danger but shown as yellow in the HUD. Passing it does not cause a SPAD and you are routed via another slow line before returning to the main line. There is no call on signal illuminated. 8. The final stop is labelled as “Stop at Location” rather than an actual station stop. 9. No medal is awarded at the end of the run. For that one run alone that is far too many separate issues for me. Along with the other issues above, this is not the level of quality that I would expect for a £14.99 timetable pack. I haven’t even scratched the surface yet, so I’ll let you know what else I find as and when I do.