First of all, thanks a lot for Mondays stream! I really appreciate the behind the scenes action we got, it was very interesting to see how the timetable is created and implemented into the game. I would also support more of those streams, both on timetables but also other stuff like route building or train building. From what I saw, the timetable editor is a really powerful tool, it is everything the scenario planner is not. While I can understand that some players don't want access to this sophisticated tool (from what I've seen on other threads), I am wondering if there would be a chance for us as the consumers to use this editor as well. I am aware that DTG has said that we will not get access to these editors, but I feel like the license argument doesn't really work for the timetable editor. I can see that route and train editors would be very problematic for obvious brand and license infringement reasons, but what harm could be possibly done with the timetable editor? Apart from that it would be a PC only thing probably, not really sure it would work on consoles. I personally would love to work with this tool, it would add so much more value to TSW, especially to the loco DLCs, since it would be so much nicer and easier to use the locos on other routes. At the moment, I hold back with buying loco DLCs, since their use is quite limited at the moment. So far, I have not used the scenario planner as it is very user-unfriendly and the opposite of powerful - you are so limited in what you can do, so much time goes into this without resulting with anything very enjoyable and useful (for me personally). But with this editor, that would be the holy grail, I could see myself spending hours just in this tool, to get a nice custom timetable. How are you thinking about this? Would you use the timetable editor? And maybe a bit more realistically, what features could be included in a scenario planner 2.0?