Was playing the new Bakerloo Line, there is a few things I feel really ruin the imersion for me. 1. The feeling that you are following another train, for me there is a lack of adverse signals (not green). 2. Ties in with No.1, lack of additional services for the London Overground shared section. 3. Signals do not change until task complete. In real life you would never shut your doors until the signals has changed, the system where a signal is held red until doors shut is rather unrealistic and pulls it more out of a simulator and into a game. Further to that point, with the system in use (yours) where the red is there until task complete, the prior signal gives no warning of that red signal, a red home signal, will ALWAYS have an associated distant signal that is ON (yellow). The only signals that are red on the underground without warning are approach control in certain places and drivers are aware of locations and trigger speeds. Thought I'd share my opinion on that one, unfortunatly these kind of things, do not make it feel like a simulator to me, but more a game. Hoping you will work on this. If you ever need advice on signalling, I am happy to help, I am a train driver (NR lines not LU). Thanks, Kieran.