As the title says, I feel like Rivet should stick to assisting DTG to create routes, as they did an exceptional job with the Glasgow Cathcart Circle route. Its scenery and custom made assets, which were made to a very high standard as well as being near picture perfect, were brilliant. The only thing I can criticise with the route is the station and ambient lighting. I don’t think we’ve seen a route of this quality and detail since its release. Anyway, back to the original topic - It seems like Rivet still haven’t got the hang of Simugraph, or know how physics of trains work. Their most recent train DLC, the Class 150, has multiple issues with its physics and sounds. This is just one example of where physics are wonky with the trains they make, unfortunately. Secondly, whilst they make some fantastic custom made assets, it seems like the struggle with route building on a bigger scale. Often areas are very bland, or obstructed by multiple trees, which aren’t even there in real life, to mask the fact that there’s very little scenery away from the immediate view from the track. What I do like about Rivet is that they make some very high quality modelled trains. This is another thing they specialise at. So, my suggestion is, why not kill two birds with one stone? We’ve seen their collaboration with DTG creates some very high quality routes (I believe Cathcart is the only route they’ve worked on together?) and I’d love to see this level of detail once again. Rivet also make some very high quality detailed trains, as mentioned above. I’d like to know what your thoughts of this are below. Thanks.