I pretty much only enjoy American Freight, somewhat enjoy American Passenger, not really interested in electric trains of any type, and not interested in anything else really. No offence to anyone who likes that stuff, just not my thing. To be honest, I'm just flat out bored with Sand Patch Grade, IMHO a double track main line with little to no industry to service is just boring. I enjoy doing local runs, picking up and setting out cars, going into a siding to wait for an oncoming train, that kind of stuff. Start at point A and end at point B with nothing in between just isn't what I enjoy. Sometimes it is nice if say I'm eating lunch while doing a scenario and can't give 100% attention to the screen, but otherwise I want things to do. I did a service on TSW today which I haven't even ran in probably over a month, sorry to say but for the most part I wanted to fall asleep, I was looking forward to every crossing just so I could blow the horn, good thing I had the alerter on. I've done all the scenarios already at least twice. So my question is, are there many freight scenarios with Northeast Corridor? If so is it just point A-B running or are there things to do? Or should I wait for the next release and hope it is something more to my liking? I'm very reluctant to even buy anything TSW related because I'm sick of the bugs that never seem to get fixed and the lack of realism, but winter is coming on and I'll have more time to spend running TSxx/TSW so I thought about giving the Northeast Corridor a shot. Or should I just keep enjoying TSxx? Thanks!